Asked whether there is still a chance for a big shoe brand to sign his son, LaVar responded: "If the price is right". Heading into Sunday's matchup with the Brooklyn Nets, Ball led the summer league in steals and assists while leading all guards in rebounds and blocks. Ball was reportedly looking for an unprecedented $1 billion deal that would see one of the major brands partner with his own Big Baller Brand company.
While NBA Summer League dominance is rarely indicative of a successful pro career, Lonzo Ball has put up some impressive stats while switching between shoe brands in his initial games as a Laker.
Lonzo Ball wore Nike Air Jordan XXXI sneakers during Sunday's game.
Forget about his first-game dud, Lonzo Ball has been as good as advertised thus far in the Summer League.
Afterward, Lonzo Ball told ESPN that "when he wakes up" he decides which shoes to wear.
Or, he's basically saying, "You can't afford to have my son". They are priced at $495 and will begin shipping November 23. But some insiders in the shoe industry thought it was odd that Lonzo was wearing other brands so soon.
Ball's outspoken father, LaVar, who created Big Baller Brand, offered a little more insight into the thinking behind his oldest son wearing Nike, Adidas and Under Armour over the past few days. His first trial of trying a different brand was when he sported the signature shoes of Kobe Bryant. The game will take place on ESPN and Lonzo Ball says he's hopeful he will be able to play in the title game despite the minor injury suffered on Sunday evening.
Microsoft kills Windows 10 support for certain PCs
Users who are registered with a corporate Active Directory credential can download Windows Server Insider Preview Build 16237. It's not certain how many devices with Clover Trail chips were sold, although ZDNet guesses the number is in the millions.
UAE hacked Qatar government websites
Global allies such as the United States are anxious that the row could affect coalition counter-terrorism efforts against Isis. It quoted him praising Hamas and Iran - ideological foes of other members of the Gulf Co-operation Council.