LaVar Ball’s Video Of Him Allegedly Playing In A Neighborhood Court Gone Viral
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TORRANCE, CA – MARCH 14: Lavar Ball is seen at the game between Chino Hills High School and Bishop Montgomery High School at El Camino College on March 14, 2017 in Torrance, California. (Photo : Josh Lefkowitz/Getty Images)
LaVar Ball’s sons may be a frequent customer of highlight reels and mixtapes all around the internet and they look pretty impressive. This time around, the older Ball isn’t a familiar face on TV and sports news but now, there’s a mixtape of something that Shaqtin’ A Fool can actually use now that they can’t have JaVale McGee on their segment.
Videos of the outspoken father of the Ball brothers have been circulating all over the internet and just like Complex posted, it doesn’t look good. With him telling everybody to keep his eyes of his sons, especially Lonzo with the UCLA, the people had their eyes glued to the guy on the red team wearing the #8.
The video of an alleged LaVar Ball playing at a neighborhood gym was uploaded by The Hoops Column. Just 13 hours after posting, it already had almost 600,000 views and is just adding to the satisfaction of those who hated him for his remarks against the best players in the NBA.
Home Team Insider have reported his tirade against LeBron James, where he said that his kids won’t be a good player since “The King” is an all-star, earning the ire of the Cleveland Cavaliers’ star. He even told the media that he will beat Michael Jordan one-on-one in his heyday and his infamous exchange with Charles Barkley, which led to the hall of famer asking him to play one-on-one but no to avail.
After seeing UCLA lose to the Kentucky Wildcats at the Sweet 16, the public had a virtual “victory party” on Twitter, roasting the outspoken 48-year old Ball with memes. Among all of those memes, looks like Michael Jordan’s crying face was finally shelved.
“If I was coaching we would have beat Kentucky.” – LaVar Ball pic.twitter.com/sUhOl6oPdI
— Bryce Wood (@woodymlb4) March 25, 2017
After the loss and him missing the potential winning on the video, the “Wrecking Ball” is gone missing.
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