LaVar Ball Comments On Lonzo Ball Switching Shoes From Big Baller –

LaVar Ball Comments On Lonzo Ball Switching Shoes From Big Baller -Lonzo Ball has played his last three summer league games in Nike, Adidas and Under Armour shoes rather than his $495 a pop signature Big Baller Z02 Prime kicks.

Those happen to be the same three brands that laughed at Lonzo’s dad LaVar’s demands that they buck a billion to partner with Big Baller.

LaVar explained why Lonzo’s been rocking the competition kicks.

Additionally, LaVar told ESPN’s business reporter Darren Rovell that his son’s shoe choice was “making a statement to the brands what they could have had with an open mind.”

Related: Sales figures for Lonzo Ball’s Z02 released.]

Lonzo has been quite good in his new sneaks — if you ignore his shooting percentage and the level competition.

Do you think LaVar’s latest gambit will get Big Baller a big brand partner?

LaVar Ball Comments On Lonzo Ball Switching Shoes From Big Baller -

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