The "LaVar Ball" rule will now prohibit media members to gather around where the family and associates of players are.
The rule is created to keep members of the media from heading to where family members and other people who are there to support a specific player sit and congregate after games.
According to reports from Chris Haynes of ESPN, the team is going to start enforcing "an existing policy" at the Staples Center. "There has been more media presence in that area than before". If a media member is recognized in that area now, arena security or Laker staffers direct that he or she leave the area. "It's a privacy concern".
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Okay, not really. But in a recent statement, the Lakers are enforcing an old policy.
The Los Angeles Lakers are giving us an early gift this holiday season: less media access to LaVar Ball.
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"Go get the W. Do whatever it takes". That's why I'm down here saying, 'Rebound, He's been away from me too long. Ball had been dealing with the incident involving his middle son LiAngelo Ball, and usually when the media talks to him it's during the game. In fact, this Lakers season began with ESPN interviewing LaVar on the court after their season-opening loss to the Los Angeles Clippers.
Lakers coach Luke Walton mostly brushed the criticism aside. Maybe that's all they want - some space between the end of a game and a LaVar Ball rant, but Ball can easily make an impromptu press conference happen if he wants to. He also said that Walton should have done the "Big Baller move" and not called a timeout. After taking on President Donald Trump, the Lakers coaching staff and one of Lonzo Ball's teammates, Ball is now beefing with former Lakers head coach and three-time National Basketball Association champion Byron Scott.
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