Published: Sat, May 06, 2017
Sport | By Fredrick Flores

Lonzo Ball Reveals Big Baller Brand Signature Shoe

Lonzo Ball Reveals Big Baller Brand Signature Shoe

When Lavar Ball rolled out Big Baller Brands $495 ZO2 sneakers Thursday, many were shocked at how expensive the shoes were.

Dick Vitale, who is seemingly a fan of everything and everyone related to basketball, has had enough of LaVar Ball. Many people are outraged at the price, but some Seahawks players have come to Lavar's defense.

Well, let's just say that Nike and just about every other shoe company rebuffed the elder Ball, so he released the shoe they designed under his own Big Baller Brand.

"Nike, and Adidas and Under Armour they battling below me".

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Now, Ball and his sons don't have to answer to anyone and that's just the way they like it.

Sure, the players behind the top four best-selling shoes are divided between two teams in the midst of a delightful three-year rivalry that plays out on the highest stage in the National Basketball Association. But assuming you have no horse in that race, you can rep all four for about the same price as the first signature shoe of a probable top-3 draft pick.

LaVar Ball doesn't care if you can't afford the line of shoes he made for his son.

Big Baller Brand's tweet introducing the sneaker even said, "The Sports World is Forever Changed".

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