VIDEO: Watch Lonzo Ball Go Off For 29 Points, 11 rebounds, 9 Assists In Second Career Game

The 19-year-old rookie was just one assist shy of becoming the youngest NBA player to ever record a triple-double

That’s how you bounce back from a “bad game” and respond to the haters.

In just his second career NBA game, Lonzo Ball put on a show Friday night against the Phoenix Suns.

In 37 minutes of play, Ball put up 29 points on 12-for-27 shooting, and also dished out 9 assists while grabbing 11 rebounds.

The 19-year-old rookie was extremely impressive in the win, and fell just one assist shy of becoming the youngest NBA player to ever record a triple-double. The record is currently held by LeBron James.

How long will it be until Ball gets that first triple-double? If Friday night’s performance is anything to go by, it won’t be long at all.

Written by Ross Pickering

Ross Pickering is the founder of Lakerholicz.com. He’s here to bring you daily updates on your Los Angeles Lakers, despite living 5,485 miles away from L.A. in England. You can follow him on Twitter: @RossPickering

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