Adidas Reportedly Didn't Want Refs to Eject LaVar Ball at Summer Championship

LaVar Ball Is the Biggest High School Basketball Attraction Since LeBron

Ball lobbied for the female official to be removed from the game, at which point she indeed was. "And now she's trying to make a name for herself, so she's walking around like, 'You know I'm the only woman in here.' Yeah we get it", he said.

The outspoken father of Los Angeles Lakers rookie Lonzo Ball was at the Adidas Uprising AAU game, coaching his son LaMelo, who put up a game-high 31 points in Wednesday's game against fellow highly-touted prospect Zion Williamson.

Ball gave a predictably defensive answer when asked about the incident after the game - which the Big Ballers apparently forfeited (again).

"She's got a vendetta", Ball told Jeff Borzello of ESPN after the game.

Shaq never has been one to shy away from a good publicity opportunity when he sees one, so it's no surprise that he has responded to LaVar Ball with a diss track.

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LAS VEGAS - LaVar Ball threatened to pull his Big Baller Brand AAU team off the court on Friday morning after receiving a technical foul, eventually leading to the female referee being replaced mid-game.

According to spectator reports, however, Ball refused to leave, so the new referee chose to just call the game when the BBB team was losing 53-43. But just giving techs and calling fouls, that's no way to do it.

Ultimately, LaVar won, and the woman who gave him the tech was taken off the game.

"She needs to stay in her lane because she ain't ready for this", he added.

It's unclear how many people tuned in to watch Friday's game, which streamed online, but the Big Baller Brand team has proven a big draw. "They try to go through my kids to get at me". BBB lost 53-43.

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