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Pistons' Stan Van Gundy Vows To Protest ESPN Over LaVar Ball Coverage

Pistons' Stan Van Gundy Vows To Protest ESPN Over LaVar Ball Coverage

"Somewhere, I guess in Lithuania, LaVar Ball is laughing".

The moment the Los Angeles Lakers drafted Lonzo Ball second overall in the 2017 NBA Draft, LaVar Ball became their problem. People are eating out his hands for no apparent reason.

But not everyone on the Lakers find themselves on board with Ball's assessment.

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Walton said he disagreed with the comments after Sunday's shootaround and received support from other National Basketball Association coaches, including Dallas', who publicly criticized ESPN for publishing the interview. That's what's true in politics, in entertainment and now in sports. It doesn't matter if there's any substance involved in an issue. "Luke Walton is a terrific, young coach who is bringing along a young team, and it's a hard task". The victory alone, their first at Staples Center since before Thanksgiving, might have temporarily strained the tension around Walton brought on by LaVar Ball, but Kuzma nonetheless came to his coach's defense. It's just, "Can we make it interesting in a - for no apparent reason".

"We'll see what happens", Van Gundy said. This is not an ESPN judgment, it's a societal thing more than anything. Kerr focused on society's gradual movement towards less substantive news, working in ESPN's spate of layoffs while also stressing he wasn't blaming ESPN's coverage. "It's complete nonsense. If you package that irrational nonsense with some glitter and some ribbon, people are going to watch". Do you know how many parents of my players have probably been at home like, 'Man, he should be playing my kid.' And yet, we're sticking a microphone in his face because, apparently, it gets ratings.

I asked the coach on Tuesday whether there is an "end game" and a "win-win" to be had here. They must care, or ESPN wouldn't be spending whatever they're spending to send reporters to Lithunia when they are laying off people who are writing really substantial (stories), people like Ethan Strauss and Marc Stein are getting laid off. "Don't worry about what people on Twitter are saying, don't worry about what this media outlet is saying or that one or your agent [is saying]".

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"This is not a condemnation of ESPN", Kerr added. "I'm sure most of us love playing for him, too". "It's not. It's a societal issue. It's been going on for many, many years, and it's really, I think, invading the sports world now".

"I feel very secure in my job status right now", Walton said before the game.

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