Los Angeles Lakers forward Kyle Kuzma wasn’t having any of ESPN’s social media gimmick when the sports media giant tried to squeeze out any remaining points to talk about with regards to the John Wall-Lonzo Ball matchup on Wednesday.

The game was over. The Lakers won, 102-99. And both them and the Washington Wizards were ready to move on, but not ESPN, which sent out a tweet after the game that highlighted Wall still coming out the better player in the marquee point guard matchup.

Unfortunately for ESPN, Kuzma didn’t care as much about the matchup as the Lakers notched their second win of the season.

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It could be recalled that Wall was asked about his thoughts on his first meeting with Ball prior to the game and responded in a manner that might have made Mr. T proud, saying he’ll show “no mercy”.

Wall did outplay Ball, though, posting 18 points, nine assists, and three rebounds, while the Lakers rookie had six points, with eight rebounds, and 10 assists.

It’s not going to be that long before John Wall and Lonzo Ball get a rematch. The Lakers will pay the nation’s capital a visit on Nov. 9.

Let’s see who wins that matchup.