LaVar Ball Might Have Crossed The Line, Stage Dad Called Out Live

Apparently, LaVar Ball’s outrageous claims are far from over. The father of the Ball brothers who is now commonly known as a “stage dad” might have crossed the line. Ball called out Lonzo’s teammate at UCLA stating that they cannot win any championship due to the three white guys on their team.

LaVar Ball Called Out Three White Players At UCLA

When LaVar Ball talks, everybody listens but not on a positive note. Ever since LaVar Ball started his furious claims about his son and himself, the basketball world couldn’t stop making fun of him. However, a few days ago, the stage dad might have finally crossed the line. During an interview, LaVar Ball stated that the very reason his son Lonzo Ball wouldn’t win any championship at UCLA is because he has three white teammates. Ball criticized the footwork and foot speed of these players hence suggesting his son to have scored 40.

LaVar Ball Called Out Live By Summers

Among the atrocious claim of LaVar Ball that made some eyebrows raise is when he called out the GOAT, Michael Jordan. Ball insisted that in his prime, he would have beaten Jordan easily. When people heard the news, thousands of memes were created about LaVar Ball. The only problem is, the stage dad seems to be not affected by it. Others think that LaVar Ball just says what he wants to say for a publicity stunt. Stephen A. Smith also applauds him for the marketing strategy but disgusted with his take.

Earlier today, LaVar Ball was called out live during a radio segment. Summers started the show easily talking about LaVar Ball’s son and their future. The mood suddenly changed when Summers pick a part Ball with his tirade against Michael Jordan, LeBron James, and Steph Curry. Summers also questioned LaVar Ball and his integrity. The radio host ended the segment by asking LaVar Ball “Do you think anyone is taking you seriously?” Ball replied saying “Yes I Do, Everybody in the West Coast”.

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