LaVar Ball has been banned from appearing on ESPN in light of some questionable comments he made last week on a network program, and Charles Barkley doesn’t feel sorry for the outspoken father one bit
Charles Barkley has long professed little love for LaVar Ball, and the outspoken NBA analyst put the father of Los Angeles Lakers guard Lonzo Ball on absolute blast in the wake of the scandal plaguing
LaVar Ball, after a remarkably quiet season up to this point, has been out in full force this week amid rumors son Lonzo Ball could get traded by the Los Angeles Lakers.
LaVar Ball is back at it with his old antics, and this time around the outspoken father of Los Angeles Lakers guard Lonzo Ball is zeroing in on embattled coach Luke Walton and Anthony Davis.
LaVar Ball strangely has remained out of the spotlight so far this season.
Bill Simmons, never one to steer clear of outrageous statements or hot takes, floated a real wild theory earlier this week during an appearance with Mike Francesa on WFAN.
Magic Johnson made an appearance Wednesday night on “Jimmy Kimmel Live” and joked the talk-show host was more likely to receive a call from him than LaVar Ball.
LaVar Ball currently is playing nice with LeBron James now that the superstar has joined his son Lonzo on the Los Angeles Lakers.
LaVar Ball on Tuesday made a bold declaration about LeBron James’ future, saying during an appearance on FS1’s “The Undisputed” that the superstar’s move to join the Los
LiAngelo Ball has set his sights on the NBA and currently is involved in the pre-2018 Draft process.
LaVar Ball, the outspoken father of LiAngelo and LaMelo — not to mention Los Angeles Lakers rookie Lonzo — will serve as an assistant coach on his two sons’ Lithuanian basketball tea
Michelle Beadle was not about to allow LaVar Ball to dominate a discussion of his son, Los Angeles Lakers rookie Lonzo Ball, during a Thursday’s edition of ESPN’s “SportsNation.
LaVar Ball has played a starring role in turning son Lonzo’s rookie season with the Los Angeles Lakers into a soap opera.
The war of words between LaVar Ball and Donald Trump has quieted down quite a bit in the time since to the two domineering personalities battled it out on social media and elsewhere a few months back.
Dallas Mavericks owner Mark Cuban, unlike a growing number of NBA head coaches — not to mention the Los Angeles Lakers organization, per reports — actually believes LaVar Ball is good for