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LaVar Ball among celebs to announce Ravens 20221-22 schedule

From LaVar Ball to "Tiger King" subject Carole Baskin, Ravens general manager Eric DeCosta got the full cavalry unveil the 2021-22 regular-season schedule to head coach John Harbaugh. Whether it was a character from a television series or movie or even a viral dog, DeCosta was up to his prankster...
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LaVar Ball says Pelicans should trade Lonzo, LaMelo needs no advice – fair or foul?

You can't hold him down for long. LaVar Ball is back in the news this week, sharing his opinion on the futures of his two point guard sons, Lonzo and LaMelo. He started with Lonzo, the No. 2 pick in the 2017 NBA Draft by the Los Angeles Lakers, who is now a member of the New Orleans Pelicans after being traded for Anthony Davis alongside Brandon Ingram, Josh Hart, a few picks and some cash in the summer of 2019.

LaVar Ball says he wants Pelicans to trade Lonzo Ball: 'He can't stay in New Orleans'

New Orleans Pelicans point guard Lonzo Ball's name has been popping up in rumors leading up to the NBA trade deadline on March 25, as both the Los Angeles Clippers and New York Knicks are reportedly interested in trading for the fourth-year guard. The Pelicans haven't made it clear what they plan to do with Ball, who is set for restricted free agency after the season, but there is one person who would like to see Lonzo in a different uniform -- his father, LaVar.

LaVar Ball explains why son LaMelo doesn't need Michael Jordan's advice

LaVar Ball marches to the beat of his own drum. Whether he is bashing Golden State Warriors head coach Steve Kerr or going off on the New Orleans Pelicans, the Ball family patriarch always calls it how he sees it. This week, LaVar did an illuminating interview with "Mason &...

LaVar Ball reveals why he didn't want LaMelo on Warriors

LaVar Ball is no stranger to making headlines. Whether he is going off on the New Orleans Pelicans for their treatment of his eldest son Lonzo, or describing which of his boys had the most talent, or taking credit for the 2020 Presidential Election – the Ball family patriarch always speaks his mind.

LaVar Ball wants Lonzo out of New Orleans

Guess who’s back! The most notorious and controversial father in sports, LaVar Ball, is in the headlines again, as he spoke for ESPN LA and gave us some very spicy insight into his sons’ careers, especially Lonzo’s. The March 25th Trade Deadline is approaching, and it seems LaVar and Lonzo...
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LaVar Ball Has Brutally Honest Comment On Lonzo, Pelicans

In just over a week, the NBA’s March 25 trade deadline will arrive, meaning teams are working furiously on last-second deals. Earlier this season, it looked very likely that the New Orleans Pelicans would move former No. 2 pick Lonzo Ball. Over the past few weeks, though, that trade market has dwindled.

LaVar Ball Says He’s Been Pushing Michael Jordan To Get All 3 Ball Brothers In Charlotte

With LaMelo Ball lighting it up in Charlotte, we knew it was only a matter of time before we’d hear from his father, LaVar. Sure enough, in a chat with the LA Times this week, the infamous voice was given a platform again, to where he shared his ultimate goal of getting all three of his sons (LaMelo, Lonzo, and LiAngelo) together on the Hornets.
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LaVar Ball goes off on Pelicans, says he hopes they trade son Lonzo

After seemingly taking an extended hiatus from the spotlight, LaVar Ball is now awakening like The Undertaker. The controversial Ball family patriarch appeared Thursday on ESPN 710’s “Mason and Ireland.” In the interview, Ball made some eyebrow-raising comments about his son Lonzo and the New Orleans Pelicans. “He can’t stay...
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LaVar Ball says Lonzo ‘can’t stand New Orleans,’ hopes Pelicans trade him

With Hornets phenom LaMelo Ball set to make his Staples Center debut tonight against LeBron James and the reigning champion Los Angeles Lakers (a prospect the 19-year-old yawned at earlier this week), attention-loving patriarch LaVar Ball predictably made the media rounds Thursday, joining ESPN Los Angeles for a memorable appearance on Mason & Ireland. What came next was 15 minutes of crazy with the outspoken 53-year-old bringing his usual supply of delusional takes, claiming LiAngelo—the only of his sons not currently in the NBA—to be the best of the almighty Ball contingent.