LaVar Ball has done it transparent over a final several months that he isn’t one to behind down from any trash-talk.
The many new gibberish involving Ball has surrounded his back-and-forth discourse with Hall of Famer Shaquille O’Neal. Ball combined some-more fire toward O’Neal directed during a fact that he believes nobody is shopping sell with his name on it. (h/t It’s Overtime)
“Ain’t nobody is shopping his things that says Shaq on it. You look, they are shopping things that says Big Baller Brand. They ain’t looking for things that says Shaq on it.”
Ball also combined that he believes his rating on NBA 2K18 rating would be 100, that would make him a highest-rated actor in a game. He is clearly only using with a doubt in sequence to benefit some-more broadside around himself and his brand.
At this point, Ball is doing whatever he can to incite a NBA Hall of Famer. This comes only over a week after he settled that he and his son, LaMelo Ball, could kick O’Neal and his son, Shareef O’Neal, in a two-on-two game.
All a contempt toward LaVar Ball aside, he has found a approach to keep garnering media courtesy by saying vast statements since he knows it will keep him relevant. This could turn even some-more prevalent if his son, Lonzo Ball, becomes a star in a NBA with a Los Angeles Lakers.