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Ball wants a partnership with a shoe company and will reach out to Anta, Li-Ning and Peak next. Lonzo Ball won’t have a sneaker deal with Nike. Or Adidas. Or Under Armour, either. The star point guard out of UCLA tabbed to be a top-five pick in the upcoming NBA Draft has been passed over by all three, according to ESPN.com’s Darren Rovell. Show More Summary
According to a report, Ball will enter rookie season without major shoe endorsement deal.
If the Ball family are looking for a shoe endorsement from the big three, they will have to look elsewhere. Adidas, Nike and Under Armour are not interested in an endorsement deal with top NBA draft prospect Lonzo Ball. This would be a first in which a shoe endorsement has stepped away from a potential...
Father's dream of his own billion-dollar brand prevents his son from landing a deal with the big three
Back in March, LaVar Ball stated boldly that he planned to leverage a big time deal from a sneaker company and he wants an insane amount of money. “During the interview, Ball also said he is prepared to package Lonzo and his two other sons — LiAngelo, a high school senior who has signed with UCLA, and […]
Lonzo Ball will not be getting an endorsement deal from any of the three major shoe and apparel companies.Ball’s father LaVar said that Nike, Under Armour, and Adidas are all passing on deals, with sources for the companies confirming...Show More Summary
Last week, Nike executive George Raveling said that LaVar Ball, verbose father of coveted NBA prospect Lonzo Ball, was “the worst thing to happen to basketball in the last hundred years.” The elder Ball has claimed, among other outlandish things, that Lonzo and his two younger brothers would one day fetch a $1 billion shoe […]
LaVar Ball isn't making this thing easy on his son.
The UCLA product and southern California native has previously indicated his desire to play for the Lakers
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Lonzo Ball was one of the best high school players in the nation just a little over a year ago. These past few months, he was one of the best college basketball players in the entire country. What the future holds for him in the National Basketball Association is uncertain, but one thing is for sure. Show More Summary
Now that his first son Lonzo Ball has completed his one and only year with the UCLA Bruins, his father LaVar Ball can start the process of trying to secure his coveted $1 billion or $100 mil over 10 years from either NIKE, Under Armour, or ADIDAS. One NIKE Executive made it very clear that his […]
Thought LaVar Ball was just gonna stay quiet after he was verbally attacked by a Nike exec???? Hell no!! Lonzo Ball's father is hitting back hard at George Raveling -- Nike's global basketball sports marketing director who said this week that LaVar…
Or any other small market team that lands Lonzo.
Ball has been outspoken about his three sons, including projected top-two overall pick Lonzo Ball. During a panel discussion at the Sports Business Journal’s 2017 World Congress of Sports on Thursday, Nike executive George Raveling said...Show More Summary
George Raveling, a Nike executive who was a longtime basketball coach, publicly made frank comments about LaVar Ball, who has been relentlessly talking up his sons — including top NBA draft prospect Lonzo Ball — this year. LaVar Ball “is the worst thing to happen to basketball in the last hundred years,” Raveling told a […]
The outspoken father of Lonzo Ball has haters, including one Nike executive
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