The Los Angeles Lakers will remain patient with Lonzo Ball's shooting form and address it in the offseason.
Ball is shooting just 31 percent from the floor and 25 percent on three-pointers.
"I think it's a fine line because what you have to do is first, he's been shooting that way his whole life," said Magic Johnson on ESPN's Mike and Mike. "So what we wanted to do is let him play his game. Let him shoot the way he's been shooting and hopefully they'll go in. And so, we're not gonna mess with it. We're gonna let him shoot and play his game. If after the season, and he's not shooting well, then we'll sit down with him and say, 'Hey, let's maybe look at different way or let's try to improve the way you are shooting.'
"We can break it down with him, but we don't want to mess with his shot. He's proven that he's knocked that shot down. And we want to encourage him to keep shooting."