LaVar Ball does not seem to be taking the trade of his son well at all.
LaVar Ball did not have the best reaction upon learning his son had been traded to the New Orleans Pelicans, according to one observer.
The New Orleans Pelicans are off and running this offseason, starting with a major trade of Anthony Davis that was agreed to on Saturday.
The Los Angeles Lakers are involved in trade talks with the New Orleans Pelicans for Anthony Davis, and some information about players they’re willing to include in a deal is being reported.
A surprising destination may be emerging for Lonzo Ball if he is ultimately traded by the Los Angeles Lakers.
Gregory Alan Foster, the former business manager for Big Baller Brand, is being investigated by the FBI for potentially defrauding the Ball family, according to a report from the Los Angeles Times.
The Los Angeles Lakers had a very messy season, and even towards the end, the Ball family and their business associates were causing some additional headaches for the team’s braintrust.
Lonzo Ball has been making some big changes lately and appears to be distancing himself from the Big Baller Brand, but that does not mean his relationship with his father has changed.