Lonzo Ball laughs at NCAA hypocrisy: 'Everybody knows everybody's getting paid'

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Most notably, Larry Nance Jr. and Jordan Clarkson are gone, having been shipped to Cleveland at the trade deadline for Isaiah Thomas, Channing Frye and a first-round pick. I could feel [the MCL] but the doc says I can get no worse. "Then obviously staggering, it's nice to have a smart playmaking point guard on the floor at all times".

We got Devean at LAX on Monday. and the 3-time National Basketball Association champ wasn't ready to close the book on the Zo-I.T. era just yet.

Documents and bank records cited by Yahoo Sports showed Kuzma and several other current National Basketball Association players were given cash advances and had entertainment and travel expenses paid by former National Basketball Association agent Andy Miller, former associate Christian Dawkins, and the ASM Sports agency.

Ball said he didn't accept any money while playing in college. He missed 15 games.

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"Everybody knows everybody's getting paid", Ball said Friday. "He really don't care".

Kuzma, whose mother has reportedly denied the allegation, was named first-team all-conference in the Pac-12 as a junior in 2016-17 for the Utes. "Now he's just living the life".

Guard Isaiah Thomas finished with 17 points and four assists against the Mavericks in his first home game since being acquired from Cleveland on February 8. The team also noted that Ball will be on a minutes restriction. Playing in 36 games this year, the rookie has averaged 10.2 points, 7.1 rebounds and 7.1 assists per game.

Ball doesn't think so and there are plenty of other athletes who see the flaw in the system, including Kevin Durant who weighed in on if it's even possible to stop players from being paid by agents.

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