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Los Angeles Lakers would have spoken with point guard Lonzo Ball and forward Kyle Kuzma his habits on social networks in light of a recent exchange that ended with Ball producing a distortion track aimed at his teammate titled "Kylie Kuzma".
According to a report on Wednesday by Ramona Shelburne and Ohm Youngmisuk of ESPN.com, the Lakers told Ball and Kuzma " about softening the social tostón of others" because " had worried about the increasingly personal nature of some of the recent toasting. "
Citing sources, Shelburne and Youngmisuk reported that " there are no lingering problems and that both players agreed to soften the teasing insults on social media."
In "Kylie Kuzma," Ball made a particularly pointy shot at Kuzma when he made reference to his father and hit, "I do not know who your dad is, well your bad is being sounded. "
In May, Kuzma snatched Ball in his "Player of the Year" video for the Bleacher Report Sauce Awards:
News of the Lakers' intervention with his two Young cornerstones arrive weeks before they are expected to court LeBron James in free agency as they attempt to break a five-year postseason drought.
Updated odds have the Lakers listed as -110 ($ 110 to win $ 100) favorites to sign James once free agency starts on July 1, according to Odds Shark.