For the second time this season, LaVar Ball has criticized the Los Angeles Lakers coaching staff, saying they are soft and don’t know how to coach his son, No. 2 overall pick Lonzo Ball. "I know how to coach him," LaVar said, per Eric Pincus of Bleacher Report, following the Lakers’ 122-113 loss to the Phoenix Suns Friday. For LaVar, he would advise Lonzo to “go get the victory” and stop messing around. Against the Suns, Lonzo finished with six points, six boards, six assists and five steals. Two days after their loss to the Suns, Lonzo bounced back with his second career triple-double to carry the Lakers to an impressive 127-109 win over the Denver Nuggets.

Lonzo joined fellow rookie Ben Simmons, Lakers boss Magic Johnson, Oscar Robertson, Connie Hawkins and Hambone Williams as the only players in NBA history to tally multiple triple-doubles in the first 20 games of their careers.

This was the second time that LaVar criticized the Lakers coaching staff about the way they have been handling Lonzo’s career. Earlier, LaVar said the Lakers should play Lonzo the whole fourth quarter to get him into a better flow and allow him to help the Lakers win. Also, LaVar encouraged his son to take more shots, instead of just focusing on distributing the ball to teammates.

LaVar is all about winning

However, the most glaring weakness of Lonzo’s game is his ability to put the ball through the rim.

Currently, he’s shooting 31.3 percent from the field and 22.8 percent from three-point range. Experts are blaming it on Lonzo’s awkward shooting style, but the Lakers said they will not tinker with the rookie’s shooting stroke until after the season if he doesn’t improve. But it doesn’t matter for LaVar, who said that he’s more focused on results rather than efficiency.

“Go get the W. Do whatever it takes,” said LaVar, adding that the Lakers coaching staff have a tendency to baby his son. The outspoken LaVar, however, clarified that he has no problem with head coach Luke Walton, saying he only has a problem with losing. Currently, the Lakers are 7-10 heading into their Tuesday’s clash with the Chicago Bulls.

Walton has new approach to young players

For Walton, he wants to take his time to develop young players and teach them about the NBA brand of play. While he would love to win a title for the Lakers, Walton said his main goal is to groom and develop the roster until it’s capable of competing against the NBA’s best squads. However, LaVar has a different mindset for his son, saying the Lakers should not be patient with his son in order to drive him to carry the team to victory.