The Los Angeles Lakers have now played their last four games of the 2017-18 NBA season without Lonzo Ball—and won their last two, including a 127-107 blowout of the New York Knicks at Staples Center on Sunday. Listening to Lakers coach Luke Walton before that matinee demolition, it sounds like the team isn’t anticipating a return for the rookie out of UCLA any time soon. “I don’t expect him back,” Walton said. “I haven’t seen him on the court doing anything, but they’re looking at it, still taking it day by day to see when the knee starts feeling better.” Walton noted that Zo “did more yesterday than the day before” with the team’s training staff, and that the 20-year-old “feels good today.”
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New England Patriots coach Bill Belichick threw out high praise for Danny Amendola, who finished the AFC championship with a number of clutch plays, including the game-winning touchdown. “Danny’s such a good football player. If you look up good football player in the dictionary, his picture is right beside it,” Belichick said of Amendola after the game. “Tough, great concentration.” Amendola had seven receptions for 84 yards and two touchdown catches. He also had one rush for three yards, and a pass for 20 yards, which came on a double-pass play. And finally, he returned two punts for 50 yards. No, he did not kick a field goal. “Danny’s a tremendous competitor. Made some big plays for us,” Belichick