Lonzo Ball’s New Sneaker Has Been Released And Let’s Just Say There Is Some Mixed Reviews


With his father’s, Lavar Ball, antics costing him a deal with Nike, Adidas, and Under Armour (You can read about that here). Lonzo Ball’s only option left was to come out with his first signature sneaker under his father’s Big Baller Brand. To go along with the sneaker, Big Baller Brand also released matching slides.

Let’s see what Twitter’s thoughts were on this one.


They’re are actually not a bad looking shoe. Definitely a whole lot better looking than the new Steph Curry’s. The only problem is the price tag is a little steep for a sneaker from a no name brand by a person who hasn’t even played one game in the NBA yet. Why would anyone go out and purchase a pair of these when they can get a pair of Jordan’s or a pair of Lebron’s for less than half the price? Apparently there is at least 5,000 people out there dumb enough to do just that. What is this world coming to?

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One comment on “Lonzo Ball’s New Sneaker Has Been Released And Let’s Just Say There Is Some Mixed Reviews
  1. […] and Big Baller Brand released their first ever shoe designed by Ball’s son, Lonzo Ball, the ZO2 Prime, Cleveland Cavaliers superstar Lebron James released his new shoe by Nike, the Lebron 14 […]


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