Lonzo Ball hadn’t played in the last 13 games leading up to the NBA All-Star Game due to an injury he sustained, which also stopped him from participating in any All-Star related activities. He wasn’t completely on the sideline during the festivities in Los Angeles, however, as he planned to hold his first official autograph signing during a meet-and-greet at Puente Hills Mall. It wasn’t a big deal until people saw the price tag that came along with meeting the Lakers rookie.