On the latest episode of LaVar Ball speaks when he shouldn't, the outspoken father to UCLA standout and likely second overall draft pick Lonzo Ball made rude comments directed at FOX Sports reporter Kristine Leahy while on The Herd with Colin Cowherd on Wednesday.
Later in the interview, Ball stated he isn't a friend of Leahy and referred to her as a "hater". "But, anyways, we're talking about Big Baller Brand". Leahy mentioned that the company would probably see more sales if the brand was marketed to both men and women.
LaVar Ball doesn't like not having a chance to control what's being said.
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Later in the interview, he had the gall to say, "I never disrespect women".
"Now you know. if they want to talk to me now, it just went up to $3 billion".
Leahy probed Ball about the "Baller" in Big Baller Brand and asked if maybe the term left women out of the buyer demographic.
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After the segment, Cowherd defended Leahy.
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Later in show, Ball attacked FOX Sports' Jason Whitlock, saying he "can't comment on anything but snacks". In March, Leahy accused Ball of being overly controlling of his sons and said one of them, future National Basketball Association lottery pick Lonzo Ball, "looks terrified" to speak in front of the cameras. "In order to have a successful company, I think you are going to have to have women that like your brand", said Leahy.
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"Ever", she continued, before slamming Ball for the $495 price tag. "What you do on the court is going to help you off the court". "If you act like that, something's coming to you".