Charlotte Hornets star LaMelo Ball believes that he has the answer to the debate of who the best Ball brother is
LaMelo Ball could just be the most entertaining athlete to watch on and off the court.
This man has the name and swagger of a superstar. And his game? Hoo boy.
Melo’s array of passes, package around the rim, and overall offensive bag is a joy to watch live. When you’re watching him, you’re expecting something magical to happen when the ball is in his hands. And frankly, in that respect, the fans are almost never disappointed.
Even with all that though, the debate between who’s the best Ball brother is still running rampant. Of course, while we do love us some LiAngelo, he is undoubtedly third out of the three brothers. Between LaMelo and Lonzo though it’s far closer than many would like to admit.
Recently, the youngest Ball brother was posed this very same question. And well, let’s just say he had a very, very bold answer in mind.
“The difference is, I’m better!”: LaMelo Ball talks some serious trash to older brother Lonzo Ball during his interview with GQ Sports
Man, we know the Ball brothers love talking trash to each other… but god damn, Melo a savage.
Recently, the Hornets star did a hilarious ‘It’s Actually Me’ segment with GQ sports. And during this episode, when he was asked who the better player is between him and Lonzo Ball, here is what he had to say.
“Imma go with LaMelo Ball is better. It’s just a fact. That’s it. All right. Playstyle different? We got some similarities, but then we also got a lot of differences. I think the difference is, I’m better. That’s just my opinion.”
Want to see it in action? Look at the clip in the tweet below for the full episode.
— GQ Sports (@GQSports) August 17, 2021
As we said before, Melo a savage. This boy doesn’t care about how his own brother feels. Yet, when interviewers ask him how his match was against his brother, the guy really says, ‘Oh, it’s just another game’.
All of that aside though, we can’t quite deny what he said. At the end of the day, it is getting increasingly obvious that LaMelo Ball is the coldest of the lot.
How far will he go in the NBA though? Will he ever win MVP? Will he ever be the best player on a championship team?
Frankly, all of this is possible for the player. But, only time will tell if he can really achieve it.