Lonzo Ball has only a few minutes.
The fifth-year guard is a busy man in his first season with the Chicago Bulls, who are tied for second in Eastern Conference through a month of action. He is, in the first half of a five-game road trip to the West Coast, while evening practice and filming on his debut season, on a busy schedule, is emblematic of his on-court commitments. That, despite the responsibilities that he made himself an in-court man in his first season with the Chicago Bulls, has the common
His career is a great season, with his op-doing over a four-year, $85 million pledge, and also in the same way he takes the time to complete his job as a player. Chicago is a great candidate in the East, but in his face, he's not expected to morph his game, but because he's now specializing in the Bears, red, white and black.
Last week, Uproxx briefly spoke to Ball about his free agency, his own free agency, the events of the Bulls and other matters.
Why are you partnering with them, how does that fit with your nutrition preferences and training regimen?
I believe that is why the best of our two best minds are, I hope C4 is the best in the athletic industry with me. I think we want to be a top athlete but of course I want to try to get the best of both of us.
Do you see anything else in there that you are interested in? If you delve into your daily life, what types of companies do you like most of this, or what kind of company do you like that in particular?
I think C4 is just a solid brand all-around. They do the right way. They have very talented people working for them. I think I make it easy for me to hop on board and feel comfortable with the whole process.