The draftees’ lives are set to change Thursday when the NBA’s 30 teams call on them to join their ball clubs in the 2017 NBA Draft. Seemingly the biggest night of their young basketball careers, it’s understandable to be nervous. One player seems to be energetic on the big day: Lonzo Ball took to social media to show off some last-minute theatrics before the draft.

The young guard out of UCLA is expected to flourish when he hits the big leagues and is expected to be drafted No. 2 overall by the Los Angeles Lakers. Instead of waiting quietly for his name to be called by an NBA team during the draft, Ball took to social media to remind everyone what he is capable of doing.

In a video acquired by TMZ Thursday, Ball is shown throwing down a series of acrobatic dunks during a practice session. His athleticism was apparent as he made a few of the dunk attempts look natural.

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Ball has been active during his break in between the NCAA tournament and the NBA Draft. He has written letters, acted in a slew of commercials and most recently appeared on ESPN’s SC6 With Michael Smith And Jemele Hill. While on the show, Ball had a special message for superstar LeBron James, assuming he and James will be teammates on the Lakers squad.

"Hey man, LeBron, I like to win and I know you like to win," he said. "I think our games could help each other out a lot. Anytime you want the ball, just let me know and it's going to be there."

The Bruins guard is adept at distributing the ball. During his freshman year, Ball led the NCAA in assists and averaged 7.6 dishes per game. His passing helped his team to a winning record at 31-5 and a trip to the Sweet 16 tournament.

His chances of ending up a Lakers guard are strong, especially after the team traded away their point guard D'Angelo Russell to the Brooklyn Nets. The Lakers on Tuesday approved a trade of Russell and Timofey Mozgov to the Nets in exchange for the 27th overall pick in Thursday's draft and star big man Brook Lopez. Russell, who the Lakers picked No. 2 overall in the 2015 draft averaged 15.6 points and 4.8 assists last season.

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Ball also shared his thoughts on the Lakers latest trade Wednesday.

"You know, the Lakers have a plan," Ball told EPSN. "So, whatever that is, we will see whatever that is in the future."

One could assume the freed guard space makes room for Ball to come in and lead the team. Ball, who’s favorite team is the Lakers, talked about how it would feel to don the purple and gold jerseys and play for the team’s president of basketball operations Magic Johnson.

"It will mean a lot to play for my hometown [team] and learn from the best point guard ever," Ball said. "Yeah that's crazy to me [if it happens]. Magic Johnson is the best point guard ever. ... Words [couldn't] describe that."