Lonzo Ball hasn’t had a particularly overwhelming season so far.

He’s shown some flashes, sure. But overall, nothing about him has really impressed.

Tonight, though, he proved that it’s still way too early to call him a bust.

Tallying 15 points, 11 rebounrs, and 11 assists, Lonzo Ball has officially surpassed LeBron as the youngest player in NBA History to record a triple-double.

With a few minutes left in the game, the Lakers are down 82-70 against the Bucks, a team highly regarded in the Eastern Conference.

No matter what you think of Lonzo, you have to admit that this kid has loads of potential. Whether or not he’ll be able to materialize that potential, however, is still very much in the air.

Tonight, at least, he gave us all a glimpse of the answer.

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