On Saturday night, NBA history was made by Los Angeles Lakers rookie Lonzo Ball. The former No. 2 NBA Draft pick became the youngest player ever to record a triple-double. Ball, who has been criticized quite a bit in the early part of the season, surpassed former record-holder LeBron James in the history books. Here’s the latest on Lonzo’s record-setting stat line from Saturday’s Lakers game and what’s up next for the Los Angeles rookie.
It was reported by ESPN during Saturday night’s game that Lonzo Ball set the record at 20 years and 15 days old against the Milwaukee Bucks. LeBron James had previously set the record when 20 years and 20 days old back when he was just beginning his superstar journey in the league. For Ball, he was able to achieve the state line early in the fourth quarter against the Bucks.