LaVar Ball embraces sexist side in rant against female ref

LaVar Ball embraces sexist side in rant against female ref

LaVar Ball embraces sexist side in rant against female ref

The LaVar Ball circus continued yesterday, this time with some not-so-thinly-veiled misogyny taking a spot in the center ring.

The game was eventually ended early as Ball got his second technical and was ejected. Just days later, the Big Ballers faced off against SC Supreme in what was likely one of the most-watched games in AAU history thanks to top prospects LaMelo Ball and Zion Williamson battling head-to-head. Organizers had reason to believe he'd do it: The 48-year-old creator of Big Baller Brand pulled his players off the floor Sunday after drawing a technical for shouting obscenities, which led to a forfeit. A female referee officiating a youth basketball game which Ball was coaching.

A source told the website that refs have been told by Adidas officials to "put three officials on the game who will keep (LaVar) in the building" while the Big Baller Brand squad he coaches is competing.

According to spectator reports, however, Ball refused to leave, so the new referee made a decision to just call the game when the BBB team was losing 53-43.

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LaVar Ball just picked up a technical. "Guess what? Check up LaVar", he said (via ESPN). "She ain't got enough on her resume, I could tell". The track, which uses the beat from Jay Z's "Blueprint (Momma Loves Me)", premiered via TMZ Friday and, in addition to serving as a LaVar diss, it also helps us further forget about The Emoji Movie by offering a nice distraction. "I got y'all controlled!" Leahy tried to express her opinion on the show she co-hosts and was dismissed by Ball, while this female official got the same treatment.

"I know what she's trying to do", he said.

"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...." If you're going to be qualified, you better be in shape and you better know the game. Whether this official was doing a poor job or not (I really have no idea), there's no reason that her lane shouldn't be officiating a basketball game.

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