LaVar Ball complains about female ref following technical foul

Sheri Evans
July 30, 2017

The female official was "standing up for the integrity of the game" before being replaced, per the source.

"She's got a vendetta", Ball told ESPN after the game ended. She needs to stay in her lane because she ain't ready for this.

There are a lot of great lines throughout the duration of the song, but O'Neal dissing Ball's playing time and how the former National Basketball Association legend did the Big Baller Brand before Ball could took the cake.

Ball has some pretty talented sons - LaMelo is the star of the Big Ballers and has commited to UCLA, while his brother turned heads with the Los Angeles Lakers in Summer League - so let's hope he doesn't jeopardize their future by putting his own ego in the way.

After arguing with the officials, Ball started to walk his team off the court, but the game resumed a few minutes later following a short delay.

Following the ref's ejection, Ball was T'd up yet again with his team trailing 53-43, warranting his ejection.

More news: Doval holds talks with Chinese counterpart

This isn't the first time that the head coach has thrown a tantrum and dragged his players off the floor.

LaVar Ball is an asshole, and the Adidas rep who made a decision to remove the ref from the game is a coward. As a result, the club received a forfeit.

The Big Ballers are scheduled to play another game in the tournament tonight. "I get it, it's entertainment".

"I get she's trying to break into the referring thing, but just giving techs and calling fouls, that's no way to do it...."

"While O'Neal's track makes clear he doubts this would be the case-saying, "First you can beat Mike, then you can beat me/ Wake that ass up, you havin" a dream" - he does end the otherwise-vehement track on a positive note. "She just arrived here two days ago", he said.

Other reports by TheSundaySentinel

Discuss This Article