LaVar Ball challenges LeBron James: ‘I don’t care what LeBron said’ | UNDISPUTED

LaVar Ball spoke up against LeBron James again. Do Shannon Sharpe and Skip Bayless have a problem with it?
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  1. LaVar Ball fans: LaVar is the GOAT he SAID he can beat MJ so it's true.
    Shannon: You probably didn't know who he was a few months ago!
    LaVar fans: Shannon do you know how much this man scored AVERAGE?!
    Shannon: 2.2 ppg now get out.

  2. This is all a WWE act with Skip's trolling of LeBron. I've said it countless times, it moves the needle when he tries to bash LeBron. It's to the point now that he almost has nothing good to say about him. The reason why it's tolerated is because it moves the needle in the ratings department when he does it and he knows it. If the fans ever get tired of it he'll stop or he'll find another athlete to bash that will bring in the ratings. It's a tired old gag.

  3. Lonzo will land in a league that has Some talented point guards right about now.. AND THEN SOME… Come all-star weekend some years 4m now, IF Lonzo is top 3 EAST OR WEST!! I'll give it to him… RIGHT NOW THO!? Noooooo….

  4. Lavar acts so….. He is too confident in his sons success right now and in the future. He thinks in his prime he could beat Michael Jordan in his prime. Ha-Ha Ha-Ha to funny to me. Really funny lavar. LeBron I'm on your side man. Nonsense dude.

  5. This is one of the first times I actually agree with Skip. The whole sports world is up in arms over a black father unapologetically raising his sons. Even the black men who grew up without a father are up in arms. LaVar Ball is right on all points and the evidence is not just the skill of his kids but what seems to be the content of their character.

  6. "…no son of a superstar, has become a superstar or eclipsed his father's legacy…"

    There are very, very few; Griffey Jr, Bonds.

    Just plain eclipse their father's legacy: Kobe, Currey

    It's very rare.

  7. If I was Lebron as soon as somebody would have asked me about Lavar I wouldve been like "Who" "What team does he play for" and they would say he is the father of Lonzo ball I still woulda been like "Who" "What team he play for" and then walked away

  8. Yeah, to have a dad like that would have been comforting because this dad takes all the heat and thus gives his kids a safe harbor from the anxiety and stress of being the focal point much like when a head coach takes the heat for a bad loss.

    However, the fact that Lavar Ball is getting so much media attention shows the lack of meaningful content relative to the media capacity. This is the equivalent of "make work" but for the media.

    But in a way it shows how amazing this country is: in America, you can monetize anything!

    But Lavar Ball is an old school dad: a strong personality who is bombastic. He is the kind of personality one would want in their corner. He exudes the same charismatic energy of Russel Honore, the general who gained popularity during hurricane Katrina, but albeit a little unhinged, which is befitting of the zeitgeist of the 21st century.

    Thoreau said, "The mass of men lead lives of quiet desperation, and go to the grave with the song still in them." You have a feeling that this doesn't apply to Lavar Ball. He goes too far sometimes, yes, but he says things some of us wish we would.

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