LaVar Ball Bashes LeBron, Claims Lonzo's Better

LaVar Ball Bashes LeBron, Claims Lonzo's Better

As expected, LaVar made the most of his TV time and even guaranteed that LeBron James will not win an NBA Championship in L.A. without the help of his son, Lonzo Ball.

LaVar Ball making headlines is nothing new. If you trade my son, it'll be the worst thing you ever did. "I guarantee that", the head of the Ball family said during a Thursday appearance on FS1's "UNDISPUTED". The oldest Ball brother has been out for the last couple of weeks because of a high-ankle sprain. James is averaging 26.9 points per game and is shooting over 50 percent from the floor.

Angry over his son labeled as a tradable player, LaVar Ball chose to take shots at both LeBron James and Luke Walton, saying that they were the reason why Lonzo was not playing up to par.

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Despite their best efforts, the Los Angeles Lakers were unable to pull off a trade for Anthony Davis before the National Basketball Association trade deadline on Thursday and according to Fletcher Mackel of WDSU NBC New Orleans, LaVar Ball was a big reason for that.

Ball's outlandish statements about his son, James, and the Lakers have put the elder Ball back into the spotlight. But with only a few days left before the upcoming All-Star break, the Lakers are getting some encouraging news on the status of a key player.

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