LaMelo Ball shows off new watch

UCLA's LaMelo Ball looks on with his brother Lonzo and dad LaVar during the 2017 BallisticLife All-American Game at Long Beach City College on May 6, 2017 in Long Beach, CA.
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Being a professional athlete is a blessed career indeed, as it allows one to enjoy a lavish lifestyle that almost all Americans can only dream of.

LaMelo Ball, a star guard for the Charlotte Hornets, is still on his rookie contract, but he hasn’t been shy about spending his money.

He has a new watch which looks like a dream.

Ball has established himself as the most productive of his brothers, and at 21, he is starting to look like a potential superstar.

He averaged 23.3 points, 8.4 assists and 6.4 rebounds this season, a year after making his first All-Star team by averaging 20.1 points and 7.6 assists per contest.

At 6-foot-7, Ball is a very tall point guard, which gives him an advantage in terms of being able to see defenders and shoot, and it allows him to guard players on the other end of the floor in many situations. Also allows. ,

Unfortunately, his 2022-23 season was cut short due to a right ankle fracture mid-season.

The Hornets won just 27 games this year, making them one of the worst teams in the NBA, and their hopes of becoming respectable rested squarely on Ball’s shoulders.

Unfortunately, they missed out on the No. 1 pick in the 2023 draft, which would have allowed them to take French phenom Victor Vembanyama.

Charlotte has some potential trade chips in guard Terry Rozier and forward Gordon Hayward that they can use to improve and get young.

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