LaVar Ball doesn't seem to know when to quit. After being asked to tone down his criticism of the Los Angeles Lakers and head coach Luke Walton, Ball detailed his discussion with reporters on the night the Lakers played the New York Knicks, per Ramona Shelburne of ESPN.

“It was the best thing, man. Everybody's going to try to make it an ego thing, like I'm trying to tell them what to do or they're trying to tell me to tone it down. It's not about that. It's about coming together and to get a solution to this problem. It may sound crazy to other people, but I really just want the best for Lonzo, and the best for Lonzo is going to be what's best for the organization. Because if everybody's winning, we good.”

This move has been a long time coming for the organization. Ball as repeatedly made comments that disparage the Lakers coaching or organization, suggesting only he knows how to coach his son, Lonzo.

Magic Johnson said before the season started that if Ball's comments ever became a distraction that carried over to the basketball court, that would be the time he would step in.

It seems that time has come.