Notorious NBA loudmouth LaVar Ball is at it again.
The failed sporting apparel company owner and father of Los Angeles Lakers star Lonzo Ball has gone public with some blunt relationship advice for his offspring, claiming his sons have to tread carefully around NBA “hoes”.
The uncouth comment came as the 53-year-old also delivered a scathing message to women over the age of 30.
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Ball, who is also the father of rising star LaMelo Ball — who is expected to be among the top draft picks at the 2020 NBA Draft — did not hold his tongue once when asked about the relationships NBA players have.
“You’re never going to meet a nice woman — especially in basketball,” Ball said on the Endless Hustle Podcast.
“You’re not going to find nobody like I found your mum.
“If you’re in this profession, you got all this fame and notoriety — how are you going to meet a good girl? You’re not.”
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He said the types of women players meet at restaurants, clubs or in the stands at basketball games won’t lead to a meaningful relationship.
“So, I hate to tell you but you’re going to meet a hoe. Just how it goes, son,” he said.
“So son, that’s the bad part of the life you’re going to get — you’re never going to meet a good woman.”
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Ball then explained his theory that NBA players have a double edged sword to deal with in their private lives because by the time their careers end and they are open to settling down they will be looking for women over the age of 30.
For reasons known only to him, he says that is another serious problem for his sons.
“You gotta wonder why she’s by herself at 30,” he said.
“So there’s something that’s dangerous no matter how good they look — but have a good time son. I feel bad for you — but, hey, I love the fact you made it.”
He claims his sons have already had drama dealing with “hoes” in their careers.
“I already seen ‘em,” he said. They already brought a few through here.
“How are you gonna meet somebody and be solid? It’s not gonna happen. Sorry, you have to retire.”
Ball’s youngest son LaMelo last year said during his cameo in the NBL with the Illawarra Hawks that he had a real problem dealing with people clinging to him because of the multimillion-dollar contract he is expected to sign throughout his career.
“People don’t know me, know me as a person. They don’t know what I’ve been through,” LaMelo Ball said.
“People don’t look at you as a human. People look at you as a dollar sign. People think playing overseas is easy. It’s not.
“I just saw life different. Not being a normal kid, not going to dance parties, not going to school … I don’t know any other way.”
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