LaVar Ball Envisions The Lakers' Next Big Three Being His Sons

LaVar Ball reacts after watching his sons in the Big Baller Brand Challenge friendly tournament match in Lithuania

LaVar Ball reacts after watching his sons in the Big Baller Brand Challenge friendly tournament match in Lithuania

"Lonzo will be on his 3rd year and I want let every National Basketball Association team know, that Lonzo is not going to resign with the Lakers, but will go to any team, that will take all of my three boys", he said to Lithuanian sports reporter, Donotas Urbonas.

LiAngelo, 19, and LaMelo, 16, are now professional basketball players for the Lithuanian Basketball League.

There is a way to handle this, but it doesn't leave the brothers happy because it has to do with drawing a line with LaVar and requires the Lakers to stand their ground when said line is crossed. "Why wouldn't- he is hell of a shooter".

Set to air at 10PM ET/PT on February 15, the episode will feature Los Angeles Lakers player Lonzo Ball taking on his father LaVar.

Another surprise foreshadow! Ball will be employed with the Los Angeles Lakers through 2021, assuming they pick up both team options in the final two years.

When all three Ball brothers make it to the Lakers, LaVar is convinced that they're going to win title after title for their hometown team. "They looked good. It's amusing when you put skilled, intelligent basketball players on the same team, they seem to make each other, them and their unit, look good". First of all, you're a wonderful person, and please keep consuming all the Ball content that your heart desires.

If you've been following the saga of Lonzo Ball, which is already a pretty lengthy one, you're not all that shocked to see him performing "Bad and Boujee".

A product of his delusion, LaVar even started to break down the math to his madness in front of reporters, fuming on delusions of grandeur of just how much money his sons would rack up amid putting the Ball family circus together again in L.A.

Sure, Lonzo could threaten to sit out the season and submarine his career in an attempt to force a trade and play with his two brothers, neither of whom may be National Basketball Association prospects, but that seems unwise. The original big three.

The 20-year-old is averaging 10.2 points, 7.1 assists, 7.1 rebounds and 1.5 steals per game in 36 games.

In short, it seems as if Lavar is intent on making a mess of the Lakers.