Lonzo Ball has unveiled some massive new ink ahead of the NBA’s upcoming 2019-20 regular season.
The former Los Angeles Lakers point guard, who was traded to New Orleans in the package for Anthony Davis, has gotten a new sleeve tattoo.
Ball, the No. 2 pick in the NBA Draft out of UCLA, has a new tattoo honoring some of the country’s greatest African-American heroes.
The new tattoo features President Obama, Martin Luther King Jr., Harriett Tubman, Rosa Parks, Jackie Robinson and Malcolm X.
It’s quite a work of art.
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Completed this sleeve this week on @zo ! Sleeve is 99% healed just added #TheMarathonContinues to the top of the arm. Was an honor to put these influential people on your arm brother. Done using @stevebutchersmambaglide @electrumstencilproducts @inkjecta @intenzetattooink
Ball will be sporting a new tattoo – and a new NBA uniform – at the start of the league’s 2019-20 season.
The Pelicans guard will begin his season on Oct. 22 against the Toronto Raptors.