Nike, Under Armour, Adidas not interested in deal with Lonzo Ball

Nike, Under Armour, Adidas not interested in deal with Lonzo Ball
Lakers Podcast: How Lonzo Ball Would Fit In Los Angeles
An endorsement deal with Nike, Under Armour or Adidas is not in the cards for Lonzo Ball. Ball's father, LaVar, confirmed that the three shoe and apparel companies informed him they were not interested in completing a deal with his son. Sources with

According to ESPN, LaVar met with all three companies and even had a prototype for Lonzo's first shoe, but they weren't into the idea of licensing his Big Baller Brand. On Friday, every single one of those companies wanted nothing to do what any of the …

Lavar Ball understands his family's worth and won't sell out

April 28, 2017 4:14pm EDT April 28, 2017 11:11am EDT Basketball, English, UCLA Bruins, NBA Lonzo Ball may be getting a shoe deal eventually, but it won't be with Nike, adidas or Under Armor just yet. Lonzo-Ball-032417-USNews-Getty-FTR Lonzo Ball

Lavar Ball's Mouth Wrote A Check He Couldn't Cash…Literally

LaVar Ball, father of Lonzo Ball of UCLA, watching a game against USC earlier this year. (Photo by Jayne Kamin-Oncea/). Jayne Kamin-Oncea. LaVar Ball, patriarch of the Big Baller Brand created for the three talented basketball players he
UCLA guard Lonzo Ball (right) shakes hands with his father, LaVar Ball, after a March 4, 2017, game between UCLA and Washington State. (AP). More. After a standout freshman season at UCLA, Lonzo Ball is widely expected to be one of the first players. Ball wants a partnership with a shoe company and will reach out to Anta, Li-Ning, and Peak next. by Kristian Winfield@Krisplashed Apr 28, 2017, 1:05pm EDT. tweet · share · pin · Rec. Richard Mackson-USA TODAY Sports. Lonzo Ball won't have a sneaker
Lakers Podcast: How Lonzo Ball Would Fit In Los Angeles
Lakers Podcast: How Lonzo Ball Would Fit In Los Angeles

The Los Angeles Lakers franchise has entered a crossroad this offseason, waiting on the fate of their top-three protected pick to move on with their offseason endeavors. If the Lakers survive the NBA Draft Lottery, a logical choice could be UCLA point …

BYU's Aytes, Beo to transfer, Guinn leaves program

Home Sports Nike, Adidas, and Under Armour Pass on Lonzo Ball After Father LaVar...
Home Sports Nike, Adidas, and Under Armour Pass on Lonzo Ball After Father LaVar…
The NBA Draft Lottery is quickly approaching and the Lakers Nation Breakdown continues to take a look at how some of the top prospects would fit in Los Angeles. Up next is UCLA guard Lonzo Ball, who many fans consider to be the top prospect of the year. . PROVO, Utah (AP) The BYU basketball program is parting ways with Jamal Aytes, Steven Beo and Davin Guin. Coach Dave Rose said Friday Aytes and Beo will transfer while Guinn is leaving basketball to focus on law school. Aytes will graduate in spring. The very outspoken LaVar Ball has reportedly cost his son, Lonzo, an endorsement deal with Nike, Adidas, and Under Armour after insisting the companies license his upstart Big Baller Brand. The move marks the first time in modern-day shoe endorsement. LaVar Ball has stolen a lot of the spotlight from his son and top NBA draft prospect Lonzo Ball in recent months, and now he might have cost him a shoe deal according to ESPN. Darren Rovell reports that Nike, Under Armour and Adidas have backed away. Last week, Nike executive George Raveling said that LaVar Ball, verbose father of coveted NBA prospect Lonzo Ball, was “the worst thing to happen to basketball in the last hundred years.” The elder Ball has claimed, among other outlandish things, that

There's an old saying – “there's no such thing as bad publicity”. That phrase has evolved over time, as news and headlines get disseminated far quicker in the digital age, with opinions forming just as quickly. LaVar Ball, father to Lonzo and two other …

Lonzo Ball is one of a kind. The potential No. 1 pick in this year's NBA draft will not receive an endorsement deal from Nike, Under Armour or Adidas, making him the first anticipated top draftee to be spurned by all three sneaker giants, ESPN reported.

How LaVar Ball Screwed His Son Lonzo Out Of Millions Of Dollars

Lonzo Ball, the most well-known prospect in the 2017 NBA Draft, is not considered an endorsement prospect by the only three shoe companies that matter in basketball: Nike, Under Armour and Adidas. A report from says the three apparel

LaVar Ball—the supremely annoying father of upcoming lottery pick Lonzo Ball, and two younger basketball teens—is in the headlines yet again. Darren Rovell reports that Nike, Adidas, and Under Armour—the three companies that combined control 99

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