Lonzo Ball dropped his second mixtape titled “50&30″— named after the 50 points and 30 rebounds his manager, Darren Moore, dropped in a charity game — on Thursday and on the first track, “Last Days,” he aired out his grievances with the Los Angeles Lakers and his former Big Baller Brand business partner Alan Foster.
The song opens with the hook, in which Ball repeatedly says the Lakers will regret trading him:
You know I’m all about business
L.A. is going to regret their decision
Straight to the money, you know how we get it
We count up the cash and add up the digits
The Lakers drafted Ball with the No. 2 pick in the 2017 NBA Draft and was expected to be the point guard of the future for his hometown team. Then, in July, Ball was shipped to the New Orleans Pelicans in the blockbuster trade that sent Anthony Davis to Los Angeles.