Richard Mackson-USA TODAY Sports
ESPN.com reported Ball’s presence at his son’s second workout with the Lakers that took place at an unspecified location in Los Angeles.
Ball’s first workout with the Lakers was on June 7, and head coach Luke Walton explained why the team didn’t want the outspoken father of the UCLA star present.
“I think the workout is something that we’ll keep the doors closed on,” he said during an appearance on The Jim Rome Show, via Uproxx’s Ryan Nagelhout.
ESPN.com’s Ramona Shelburne reported Ball’s workout on Friday lasted four hours and entailed him going through “his whole daily routine” for the Lakers.
LaVar has made no secret of his desire for Lonzo to end up with the Lakers, who own the No. 2 overall pick in Thursday’s draft.