LaVar Ball ends game after ejection, uses famous line on female official


After the game, Ball criticized the referee, claiming she had a "vendetta" and saying she needed to "stay in her lane", according to ESPN. Leahy tried to express her opinion on the show she co-hosts and was dismissed by Ball, while this female official got the same treatment. "She needs to stay in her lane".

"I get she's trying to break into the referring thing, but just giving techs and calling fouls, that's no way to do it...." Just call the game. And she's bad on both of 'em., Inc. (NASDAQ:AMZN) Posted a 77% Fall in quarterly income
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The obnoxious dad of this year's NBA No. 2 overall draft pick Lonzo continued to run his mouth Friday after picking up a pair of technical fouls while coaching his youngest son LaMelo's Big Baller Brand AAU team in Las Vegas. In the first half of his team's contest against Team BBC in the Adidas Uprising championships, Ball started barking at an official and got hit with a technical. An Adidas representative told ESPN that it was entirely their decision to make the swap. He reportedly pointed at the ref and said, "We need to get someone else in here". The players began to pick up their bags and walk off the court.

Ball gave a predictably defensive answer when asked about the incident after the game - which the Big Ballers apparently forfeited (again).

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James missed an entertaining game, as SC Supreme defeated Big Baller Brand 104-92.

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