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Back in July, Lakers rookie and second overall draft pick Lonzo Ball took home the NBA Summer League’s MVP Award, after putting up some gaudy statistics. But more intriguing was his sneaker stat split: In the two games Ball wore his own signature sneaker, the $495 Big Baller Brand ZO2 ($995 if you want his signature), he averaged just eight points. But when he laced up in anything else—like James Harden’s signature Adidas kicks and the Jordan 31—Ball dropped MVP-grade numbers. Plenty started whispering, “It’s gotta be the shoes,” but not in the good way when it came to Zo’s signature sneakers.