LaVar Ball's Wife Debate, Kareem Abdul-Jabbar On Muhammad Ali | SI NOW | Sports Illustrated

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LaVar Ball's Wife Debate, Kareem Abdul-Jabbar On Muhammad Ali | SI NOW | Sports Illustrated

On SI NOW, view debate on LaVar Ball change after wife's stroke, Kareem Abdul-Jabbar remembers Muhammad Ali, talks about his relationship with John Wooden, and more. Plus, Celtics vs. Cavs, Popovich's rant on Zaza Pachulia, NHL playoffs, Colin Kaepernick discussion and much more. Subscribe to ►► Follow the latest NFL news and highlights, with updates on your favorite team and players. Want to know what’s up with Russell Wilson, Cam Newton, Tom Brady and more? We’ve got you covered: Can the Cleveland Cavaliers repeat? Will the Golden State Warriors make history again? Keep up with all the important NBA updates, including news on LeBron James, Kevin Durant, Steph Curry and more: From Bryce Harper and Mike Trout to Clayton Kershaw and Madison Bumgarner, Sports Illustrated brings you the smartest commentary and inside stories on the latest MLB news: Check out the most recent clips and highlights from episodes of SI Now, Sports Illustrated’s daily talk show. From interviews with the biggest newsmakers to discussions with our award winning writers and editors, SI Now is your spot for all things football, basketball, baseball and everywhere else around the world of sports: The best of SI’s award-winning video storytelling. From household names to the lesser known, SI Films’ features and series explore the most powerful stories in sports: CONNECT WITH Website: Facebook: Twitter: Google+: Instagram: Magazine: ABOUT SPORTS ILLUSTRATED Sports Illustrated offers sports fans trusted, authentic, agenda-free reporting and storytelling featuring sports news, scores, photos, columns and expert analysis from the latest in today’s world of sports including NFL, NBA, NHL, MLB, NASCAR, college basketball, college football, golf, soccer, tennis, and fantasy. LaVar Ball's Wife Debate, Kareem Abdul-Jabbar On Muhammad Ali | SI NOW | Sports Illustrated

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Rashard Stallworth 4 months ago
where are your kids?
Lorenzo Brown 5 months ago
why can't he be treated as a business man with a vision that does not include Nike, Adidas, Reebok etc.
arabion knights 4 months ago
Lorenzo Brown i agree with your assessment.
AB the HERO 4 months ago
@DaMayorOfNewYork what are you talking about? Your original statement was LaVar is making an ass out of himself Then you wrote 6 paragraphs giving no examples of LaVar making an ass out of his self. Your argument actually confirms the issue here. If Lavar was a white guy people would look at him as an investor. Not someone exploiting an athlete. Example Jordan didn't create NIKE or Design the original Jordan 1. Nike signed Jordan to endorse their brand. Jordan will never own Jordan Brand or Nike! (That's just business.) LaVar created a company that he and 3 his sons OWN out right! Which one is exploitation? LaVar has already said ALL of the PROFITS from the sale of the Z02 will go to Lonzo! Jordan will never ever ever ever get that deal! The different between Lavar Ball and those other dads is they were only worried about sports performance. LaVar has not only been training his sons himself since they were young. He has also been setting them up financially, to own their own likeness, which doesn't happen often for athletes. That is revolutionary.
DaMayorOfNewYork 5 months ago
@Ms. Garcia - No the reason is LaVar is making an ass out of himself and jeopardizing the longevity of Lonzo's basketball career. Lavar is not doing anything revolutionary, in all actuality Deion Sanders started a sports clothing line in 1990.  The line was created while he played for the New York Yankees, but at the time Sanders was not a household name, and the business venture fizzled out. The major difference is, Deion Sanders invested his own money into the project.  He did not exploit the potential name and talent of his son, unlike Lavar Ball.  Deion Sanders made the decision to take the financial and name recognition risk to invest in the clothing line, the BBB brand is the idea of Lavar, not of Lonzo. The difference between Ed Woods, Richard Williams, and Lavar Ball is Woods and Williams attempted to protect their children's ability to show that they deserved the privilege to show the world just how talented they were, without interference by the press of the respective sports league they played in. Lavar Ball is all about pushing the BBB brand.  The difference between Nike/Jordan and Ball/BBB is Jordan's NBA rookie year was in 1984 and the Nike Air Jordan I were designed in 1984, but put on hold until the start of his second season. At that time Nike had a basketball shoe called Nike Air Ship which were produced and sold in 1984.  They were banned from being worn in a NBA game, but Nike choose to apply the hype of the ban to suggest that was the reason why the Air Jordan I was not being released, when in all actuality, Nike wanted to see if Michael's on court performance would justify taking the risk of attempting to use his name to sell a sneaker brand. Michael finished his rookie season with the Bulls averaging 28 points a game, and was award the NBA's 1984 Rookie of the Year; legitimizing the need to take the risk of putting the shoe out onto the market.
Ms. Garcia 5 months ago
Lorenzo Brown.. Because he isn't White and as a Black man, he isn't kowtowing to THEM and he won't let them have their way with his sons. That's the real reason they don't like him.
ME 702 5 months ago
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