How Far Has LaVar Ball's 'Big Baller Brand' Fallen?
© Richard Mackson-USA TODAY Sports
Remember when LaVar Ball's "Big Baller Brand" was trying to make big bucks selling T-shirts, shoes and apparel for ridiculous amounts of money? Well, I think we can agree that's over...

(The Spun)
Filed Under: NBA
Originally published on TigerDroppings.com

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18 Comments
Nothing but race cards being played in the comments on that feed. Unbelievable how stupid people are. Lavar ball is a total piece of shite parasite but we are the bad people because his stupid big baller bull shite flopped. We are all racists
Reply6 months
I’d pay good cash for someone to make a realistic photoshop of one LaVar’s T-shirt’s on those little African kids dancing wearing the loser of whatever championship pre-made T-shirt’s ...lmao
Reply6 months
Who is Lavar Ball?
Reply6 months
Hopefully LaVar can invest that money in a dentist, to address those yellow teeth.
Reply6 months
That price board says in one place that Hodies are $20. In another it says Hodies are $15. How much do the Hodie really go for?
Reply6 months
Nice to see Lavar matching his teeth color to the letters on his shirt.
Reply6 months
What has less value, BBB or Larry Leo?
Reply6 months
jeez man, take some fricking pride in your work
Reply6 months
that's a hell of a quote Larry. Fine journalism here
Reply6 months
Feels like there is something missing here. Perhaps a story?
Reply6 months
Lavar is an arrogant prick. Good riddance.
Reply6 months
Let me help you Larry. $5 Dollar Clearance Sale: LINK
Reply6 months
"he’s left the bright lights of Los Angeles for the relative obscurity of New Orleans" Dickhead could have left this out of the article.
6 months
We need Nic Cage and His National Treasure crew to decode that string of numbers that Larry posted.
Reply6 months
We need a downvote button for Larry's posts
Reply6 months
shite Larry
Reply6 months
We waiting...
Reply6 months
Well?
Reply6 months
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