Stephen A. wants to see Lonzo Ball to the Clippers, not Warriors | First Take

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Stephen A. wants to see Lonzo Ball to the Clippers, not Warriors | First Take

Stephen A. Smith explains why he would rather see the New Orleans Pelicans deal Lonzo Ball to the LA Clippers instead of the Golden State Warriors ahead of the NBA trade deadline.

0:00 Stephen A. picks the Clippers over the Warriors.

1:17 Max Kellerman thinks Lonzo is a good fit for any team.

3:03 Stephen A. would pick De’Aaron Fox over Lonzo.

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