He’s already costing his kid money (most likely) by eschewing the normal endorsement deals.
Keschw
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It’s a factor for sure, but not enough to move him out of the top 10.

When it comes to talent and potential, a team will deal with distractions if the payoff is big enough.

Honestly, I still think he goes Top 3 regardless of what his father says.

Would you really want to be the GM who passed on Ball if he turns out to be a perennial All-Star for a decade simply because his father courted the media?

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