Ball: We're talking about Big Baller Brand.
That's when he told Leahy to "Stay in your lane".
Ball went on to dismiss Leahy's argument that his brand would be more successful if it made an attempt to appeal to women.
LaVar, who raised his three boys in Chino Hills, California, said his son will only work out for the Lakers and he will not give another team a chance.
LaVar Ball is about to feel the wrath of white America, this after he shut down Fox Sports reporter Kristine Leahy during a tense exchange on Colin Cowherd's The Herd show.
The mood swung back to respectful until Leahy once again pointed out that Ball doesn't respect women.
"No, that's what you say", Ball responded.
"Markelle Fultz is the guy I like the best in this group of prospects", said longtime National Basketball Association consultant Ryan Blake, who raved about Fultz's versatility, floor vision, outside shot and passing. It began when Leahy asked Ball how many pairs of sneakers Big Baller Brand has sold, after he recently put the signature shoe on the market for a stunning $495. Let's hope that Ball stays in his lane and stops being disrespectful to women. "She can say what she wants". The exorbitant asking price is based mostly on future potential for his son Lonzo Ball to perform well in the league and become a franchise player that others idolize or want to emulate. Ball has zero problem exuding tremendous braggadocio when it suits his mission of order.
Leahy: I said that I wouldn't wear something... "Something's coming to you, and it's okay".
However, as commenters on Twitter and other journalists noted, Leahy has not shied away from criticizing Ball and his son before.
"I'm good at No. 2, when you've got this much quality of talent that's in this draft", Johnson said.
"See, she tried to turn the words".
Afterward, both Leahy and Cowherd tweeted about the segment, defending Leahy's questions.
Additionally, LaVar took a shot at FS1's Jason Whitlock, who he said shouldn't be able to comment on anything unless it's snacks.