Lonzo Ball barely reacted to his great feat.
On Saturday night, Ball became the youngest player to achieve a triple-double in the NBA at 20 years 15 days. He did it when Milwaukee’s Thon Maker airballed a three-pointer and Ball caught it underneath the basket, 21 seconds into the fourth quarter. It was perhaps his easiest rebound of the night, but the one that made history.
“I really don’t care,” Ball said. “We took a loss. It don’t really mean nothing. … I just wanted to win tonight. I thought we were in good position to get it but it didn’t happen.”
Ball had 19 points, 13 assists and 11 rebounds in the Lakers’ 98-90 loss. He also notched three steals and blocked four...