After pulling his younger sons LiAngelo and LaMelo Ball out of college and high school, respectively, LaVar Ball stuck them in his own league: The Junior Basketball Association.
The boys dominated the inferior competition, combining for 92 points in Los Angeles 132-121 JBA championship win over Seattle earlier this week.
That didn't impress Ball skeptic Michael Rapaport.
New @iamrapaport breaks down the Final Game of @bbbjbaleague where the Ball Brothers shot the rock 76 combined times in ONE game?— MichaelRapaport (@MichaelRapaport) August 14, 2018
WTF kind’ve league is this?@MELOD1P pass the funkin pill🏀https://t.co/fOGCB7TVM8 pic.twitter.com/c6vRcQasn0
What the fuck kind of Big Baller Brand bullshit league did they start? Check these stats out - Gelo and Melo Ball play on the same team. Gelo shot the ball 53 times in one game. Melo shot the ball 23 times in one game. Now I ain't no mathematician but 53 plus 73 [he meant 23], that's 76 fucking shots. Imagine two guys shoot the fucking ball 76 fucking times. Who are the other three guys on the team? What are they from extras casting? Are they even allowed in the locker room? Do they get their ankles taped? Get the fuck outta here with that Big Baller Brand bullshit. 76 times between two ballplayers on one team, fuck outta here. Pass me the rock motherfucker, I'm open."
LaMelo laughed off Rapaport's latest assault on his family.
Let me help u get some likes wit ya lame ass😂😂😂💀 https://t.co/aoz2iJTpFJ— Melo (@MELOD1P) August 14, 2018
What's goofier, that the JBA exists or that 48-year-old Rapaport is calling out 16-year-old LaMelo like that?