In the midst of the media frenzy surrounding his triple-double, triple-brand-wearing son, Ball said he and his younger kid LaMelo would "kill" Hall of Famer Shaquille O'Neal and his son Shareef - one of the highest-touted high school talents in the country - in a two-on-two game.
That, of course, is absurd. The stakes? If LaVar beats Shaq, Shaq promises to super-glue a blond wig to his head.
According to Rovell, LaVar previously asked the likes of Nike, Adidas and Under Armour for $1 billion to sign Lonzo and an agreement to sublicense products made by Big Baller Brand.
The towering 7-foot-1 Diesel even warned a wake-up call to the loudmouthed Ball, saying he's made more free throws per game than he averaged points per game, calling him "Mr. 2.2 a game" in light of his college scoring average.
Ball chose to take it a step further though and bring the dads into it, claiming that the Ball's would "kill" the O'Neal's in a game of 2-on-2. While O'Neal was on board with the Lakers drafting Lonzo, he was critical of LaVar charging $495 for his older son's signature sneaker. If that day does ever come, let's hope someone is around to document it, because it would undoubtedly make for entertaining viewing.