LaVar Ball Claims His Brand Doesn't Need to Market to Women

LaVar Ball Claims His Brand Doesn't Need to Market to Women

It is not clear whether the Lakers are planning to meet with LaVar and Lonzo Ball, but Johnson indicated the meeting would happen.

Lonzo Ball to the Los Angeles Lakers seems like destiny. "Leave me alone. I'll tell you, 400, 500 pairs". He proceeded to mock her in a falsetto voice. "I'm talking to you, Colin". "I don't even worry about her over there", he added.

Leahy argued that his brand could be more successful if it appealed more to women, to which Ball called her a "hater".

Dear NBA Execs looking to draft Lonzo, this is who you will be dealing with, a narcissistic helicopter parent that has no problem alienating groups of people due to his own personal predjudices... all at the expense of his company.

"Who is going to want to wear a loser's shoe? he said earlier this month, via CBS Sports".

LaVar and Kristine then continued to have an awkward fight, with Ball refusing to look her way, either because he was scared of her or "she's scared of me".

He responded: "Oh, I don't respect women, but I'm the one that's married?"

Cowherd talked about how Fox Sports reporter Jason Whitlock commented on how Lonzo Ball put out a rap song to garner some "street cred". "But I'll tell you what, if you act like that, guess what?"

Asked if he was threatening her, Ball said, "See how she tried to turn my words". "And if you look at Nike, adidas, Under Armour, they all play to women; men and women, equally. Something's coming to you". "I didn't say nothing about no weight".

Leahy: I'm actually saying it as a point of advice. When asked during the interview with Cowherd if he would be marketing to women, his response was, "Yeah, if you have a women's company".