Lonzo Ball is switching his representation once again.
The New Orleans Pelicans point guard is signing with Rich Paul of Klutch Sports, he confirmed to ESPN's Malika Andrews.
"I wanted to lead my career. Picking my own representation - just solely as my decision - was step one in that process," Ball told Andrews. "For me, it was an easy call and it was the right time to make that call."
The 2017 second overall pick is leaving Jay-Z's Roc Nation Sports after signing with the agency just three months ago. Earlier in his career, Creative Artists Agency represented the eldest Ball brother.
Ball averaged 11.8 points on 37.5% shooting from long range during the 2019-20 campaign across 63 games, along with seven assists and 6.1 rebounds. However, he struggled mightily throughout the Pelicans' seeding games inside the NBA's bubble, scoring in double figures only once over his seven contests while converting just 28.1% of his 3-pointers.