LeBron James is one of the toughest basketball players in the NBA, and it’s funny how some players dare to challenge him. I mean, it’s not like they don’t play well, but LeBron is King James. Did LaVar Ball forget this? This man had the courage to claim that LeBron James has nothing on him. Again. Well, he was actually referring to his heyday.
LaVar Ball went on Fanatics View, and talked about the LeBron challenge. “Me and Lebron one-on-one? He too weak. Back in my heyday, can’t nobody hold me. 270? 255? … I’ll rip all of them up off their feet,” Ball said.
When asked if there is any documented proof of his brilliant skills that we can check up on YouTube, Ball rushed to say that there’s no need for such video. “Don’t need no video, it’s all up here. You want to be me back in the heyday? I was a bad mama jama. One-on-one, I’ll bet on myself all day,” he said. What a confidence.
Ball seems to enjoy talking about LeBron James. He knew that King James will leave the Cavs, and fly straight to Los Angeles. That’s exactly what happened. LeBron left Cleveland, and signed with the Los Angeles Lakers. LeBron is not teammates with Lonzo Ball, the father has much more to say. The bragging doesn’t stop.
“I called LeBron to LA. I knew he was coming to L.A., man. Everything lined up for me. Didn’t I tell y’all to call him LA-Bron?” LaVar said.
He made a few nice predictions about the future championships. “Some championships for the Lakers. I’m tellin’ y’all. LeBron got a four-year deal, right? I hope he get four in a row. But if not, I guarantee two when all my boys is on the Lakers with him,” he said.
Well, he may be right.