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Walton wants Ball to keep being aggressive

LOS ANGELES_Luke Walton liked what he saw when Lonzo Ball went from facilitator to finisher in crunch time Monday night, the Los Angeles Lakers rookie point guard scoring seven of his 16 points in overtime of a 116-114 loss to the Golden State Warriors in Staples Center.

Ball scored the Lakers' first five points of the extra period, hitting a 26-foot, step-back three-pointer and a 14-foot pull-up jumper from the right elbow to tie the score at 107. His driving layup

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