LaVar Ball claims that Luke Walton has lost the support of his players during his second season as head coach of the Los Angeles Lakers.

"You can see they're not playing for Luke no more," LaVar Ball said from a spa resort in Lithuania "Luke doesn't have control of the team no more. They don't want to play for him."

The Lakers have lost nine straight games.

"That's a good team," LaVar Ball added. "Nobody wants to play for him. I can see it. No high-fives when they come out of the game. People don't know why they're in the game. He's too young. He's too young. ... He ain't connecting with them anymore. You can look at every player, he's not connecting with not one player."

LaVar Ball has had issues with several coaches his sons have played for.

"Lonzo looked good, but he also looked disgusted," Ball said. "He was ready to play. Four minutes left in the first quarter, he dunked it, getting in a flow and Coach sits him down. Sat him down. Now game goes from four points to 10 to 15 to 20. I don't know what they're doing. If he's ready to play, let him play. Don't try and monitor no minutes, put on restrictions."