He also stated that all of his boys would end up on the Lakers. "I'm not going to let UCLA take the fire out of my boy by not letting him play for two months". Ball says that if the Lakers decide not to choose all three of his boys, then Lonzo will be walking as a free agent and will find another team who will take all three brothers.
LaVar said the Lakers wouldn't even have to give LiAngelo an exuberant contract to keep him happy. And they can match any deal he signs in restricted free agency three years from now. "You don't have to give Gelo $15 million".
"So now you win championship after championship on fact that my boys will never leave", he explained. That's what I mean, championship, championship, championship. The father and son nonetheless turned a fake karaoke session into an intense competition to determine the "original big baller", as LaVar said in the show's video teaser above.More news: Portavoce Renzi:Di Maio-Craxi? Mi scuso
Basketball patriarch LaVar Ball might be thousands of miles away from Los Angeles, but he's still firing away at the franchise.
Sure to be hilarious, here's a preview of the upcoming episode, with Lonzo doing his best rendition of Migos' smash hit, "Bad and Boujee". According to Urbonas, after just one month the club has "paid its old debts, guaranteed a consistency in paying on time for present roster (and) got money for new players".
While Lakers fans await Ball's return to the court, they can check him out on Lip Sync Battle this Thursday at 10/9c on Paramount Network.
LaVar apparently is still harping on his master plan to get all three sons on the Lakers, and he threatened L.A. with an absurd ultimatum if they didn't draft or eventually sign LiAngelo and LaMelo.