According to Charania, this won’t just be any workout. The Lakers front office will instead watch Ball “during his full daily training regimen of conditioning/on-court drills.” Tania Ganguli of the Los Angeles Times adds that the session won’t be at the Lakers’ practice facility.
With the Lakers reportedly “split” over whether or not to draft Ball or Kansas wing Josh Jackson, watching how Ball trains makes sense, especially given that the Lakers were reportedly not thrilled with his level of conditioning during their first workout with the one-and-done prospect.
However, it has also been reported that the the Lakers will be making their decision on a lot more than just how players fare in their one-on-none workouts.
Here is an updating list of every player the Lakers have worked out or met with. Harrison Faigen is co-host of the Locked on Lakers podcast (subscribe here), and you can follow him on Twitter at @hmfaigen.