Here we have a post that’s not about ridiculous things LaVar Ball says, but instead about ridiculous things he sells.
BBB is the acronym here, and is supposedly named after his three sons. Don’t pay attention to the fact that they all have first names that start with L.
Here’s the Big Baller Brand mission statement, which is written in very LaVar Ball-esque confident fashion:
“Our mission is to provide a clothing line that is a reflection of what every Big Baller in the world expresses through what they wear. Trust Big Baller Brand as a Lifestyle for the latest in apparel fashion and design for any occasion. Welcome to our family.”
And if you go to the website, you’ll see the ridiculously priced clothes they have for sale.
Including this very ordinary $60 t-shirt:
Or this $60 hoodie (which is priced the same as t-shirt for what reason?):
Or this absurd $100 hat that has cork on it:
To keep the ego train rolling, LaVar has compared his brand to Jordan Brand:
“They’re kicking in the door, but they’re shocked at what I’m telling them. I said, ‘I’m not looking for no endorsement deal. I’m looking for a marketing and distribution deal.’ Branding. The only person doing that is (Michael) Jordan with Nike. That’s what we’re for. If Lonzo doesn’t sign with Adidas, Nike or Under Armour, guess what — I’ll sign the Big Baller Brand. We already got our own brand. Triple B’s. Lonzo is going to be the first one drafted with his own brand. That don’t happen.”
LaVar gave away some Big Baller Brand clothing to his sons at Christmas (this is video is actually a pretty entertaining watch):
This family is truly the gift that keeps on giving.