LaVar Ball makes "disrespectful" comments, Big Baller Brand not a women's company

LaVar Ball makes

LaVar Ball makes "disrespectful" comments, Big Baller Brand not a women's company

It is not clear whether the Lakers are planning to meet with LaVar and Lonzo Ball, but Johnson indicated the meeting would happen.

LaVar Ball is widely criticized for being outspoken and brash, and looked at as someone who could hurt his son Lonzo's National Basketball Association draft stock.

During his appearance Wednesday on Colin Cowherd's Fox Sports 1 show, co-host Kristine Leahy had the temerity to ask Ball how many pairs of Big Ballers shoes he's sold. "I don't even worry about her over there". "I don't need them for nothing, as you can tell".

"You are a hater", Ball said, still without turning to face her. He proceeded to mock her in a falsetto voice. "I would never threaten to you".

Leahy said she thought Ball's clothing company should consider marketing some of its products toward women.

"Once we were eliminated from the playoffs, we did everything possible to lose games", Cuban said on the radio show.

Prior to the NBA Draft, Ball rebuffed Nike, Adidas and Under Armour, in an attempt to keep Big Baller Brand independent. Lonzo Ball, for his part, appears to buy in.

LaVar Ball has been on midday sports television programs dozens of times this year, regularly spouting off ridiculous nonsense that is, otherwise, harmless and occasionally entertaining.

Ball: With all due respect, you're a great reporter, just not reporting on me.

Ball also made fun of FS1 host Jason Whitlock's weight, saying the only thing Whitlock was qualified to discuss was snacks. Guess what: "something coming to you, and it's okay".

Cowherd: She's a reporter.

"If they wanna come talk to me now, it just went up to $3 billion", he says.

"Yeah, if you have a women's company".

"Are you threatening me", she asked.

"I don't know who we're gonna take right now".

Leahy didn't back down, offering advice for his new company.

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