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LaVar Ball says LaMelo isn’t happy coming off bench; Hornets coach says rookie has ‘got to get better’ – CBS Sports

Ball had five turnovers in 16 minutes in Friday’s loss, leading coach James Borrego to say, ‘that ain’t gonna cut it’



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If you’ve watched a single Charlotte Hornets game this season, or even a portion of one, you can tell that LaMelo Ball, just 15 games into his NBA career, is already one of the most exciting young players in the league. He turned in an impressive performance against his brother, Lonzo, and the New Orleans Pelicans on national TV earlier this season, then followed that up the next night by becoming the youngest player in NBA history to record a triple-double.
But, as with any 19-year-old, you have…

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