LaVar Ball claims that if the Lakers don't sign LiAngelo next year, Lonzo will leave and go to a team that takes LiAngelo and LaMelo.
A smiling Ball family sits courtside behind a large LED strip emblazoned with triple B's while “X Gon’ Give It To Ya” blares from the loudspeakers.
Is it possible that LaVar Ball will fund his new basketball league with Bitcoin?
But can he actually pull it off?
Maybe we were actually seeing LaVar at his best. And it's kind of nice.
The president also called Ball an "ungrateful fool" for disputing whether he helped his son return from China.
Trump has been locked in an escalating war of words with Ball – a brash, self-promoting businessman – since Ball’s middle son, LiAngelo Ball, was released with two of his UCLA teammates from a Chinese jail earlier this month.
He claimed they were looking at 10 years in prison.
Trump asked the president of China, Xi Jinping, to help out the three UCLA basketball players accused of stealing items while in Beijing.
Rookie point guard Lonzo Ball holds the future of the Lakers in his hands. But his family's shoe company could succeed even if he turns out to be an NBA bust.
LaVar intends to home school his 16-year-old son and train him himself.
I mean, we're all thinking it, right?