Lonzo Ball Height

Once you believe in yourself, you can pretty much do whatever you want in my opinion, so that is the main thing.

American professional basketball player for the Chicago Bulls of the National Basketball Association (NBA).

Lonzo Ball's height is listed as 6 feet 6 inches on NBA's official website but they do not mention if this is a barefoot listing or not.

We surmised this is a shoes-on listing because Lonzo actually looks shorter than Zion Williamson who really is 6'6".

Though the Ball family is a tall one. Lonzo's brothers LiAngelo and LaMelo Ball are 6'4" and 6'6" respectively.

Btw, Lonzo's weight is around 190 lb (86 kg).

The real height of Lonzo Ball is

6 ft 5 in (196 cm)

Lonzo Ball standing with LeBron James
Lonzo Ball standing with LeBron James -- who is really 6'7½" though for some reason everyone is convinced that he is 6'9".

Lonzo Ball can shoot, and here are some of his quotes.

How to be a good shooter.

If you want to be a good shooter, you've got to shoot.

On things out of your control.

A lot of things are going to happen that you can't necessarily control all the time, but you can control what you do after it happens. So that's what I try to do, keep my head up, keep moving forward, stay positive and just work hard.

On rap music.

I've always been a fan of rap music.

Knowing who he really is.

I know who I am. People who know me know who I am. That's all that matters

When your most cherished thing is taken away from you.

It gets frustrating when you play basketball for your whole life and then it gets taken from you for a little bit.

On the sport of basketball.

It is a team game, we all play for each other; obviously, we win and lose as a team, but I like to take the blame when we lose.

On playing guard.

I played guard my whole life and liked having the ball in my hands.

On weight lifting.

My dad had me start lifting weights at 12, and for me it was fun.

Being a leader.

Actually, I've always been kind of a leader, and it's kind of just stuck with me throughout my whole career.

On human mistakes.

Well, everybody's human, and you're not going to do the right thing perfectly every time. But you mess up and you learn from it and you go on from there.

Being a young guy in L.A.

I think it was tough being a young guy, especially in L.A. All the people looking at you and we had a big responsibility over there.

On magic Johnson.

Magic Johnson is one of the greatest players to ever play... he's the best point guard to ever play, so I can learn a lot of things from him.

On his game.

I feel like my game is more like LeBron's than Kobe's, so that's why I think I gravitated toward his game more.

On his life.

It's my life, it's up to me what I want to do with it. And I'm realizing that.

What games are about?

Man, at the end of the day, it's just a game. And the way I look at it, when I have fun, that's when I play my best basketball.

On his family.

My family's always going to be together.

On Kobe Bryant.

If you mention the Lakers, you think about Kobe.

On his dad.

I know that everything my dad made me do made me better.