Big Baller Brand, Lavar Ball’s company is practically non-existent at this point, but they still have some merchandise to sell before everything is finished for them. In fact, if you were one of those interested in buying some of their products when they first launched the brand, now you can do it by paying a cheaper price.
The BBB brand was highly criticized for the prices of their products, but now things are way different, as they’re selling some stuff that won’t cost you a part of your body. The Big Baller Brand clearance sale was big at a local volleyball tournament, as it’s seen below:
BBB-branded t-shirts that were once priced at $50 are now being sold for only $5, while a bundle including a shirt, hoodie, sneakers and a pair of socks is listed for $100. That is a wild change considering that just Lonzo Ball's ZO2 sneakers had a price tag of $495 when they were first launched.
A couple of months ago, shortly after Big Baller Brand co-founder Alan Foster reportedly stole more than $1.5 million from Lonzo Ball, the player’s father, LaVar reportedly signed public relations firm EAG Sports Management trying to revamp his brand, but none of that has happened so far, unless part of that relaunch plan is selling t-shirts at local gyms.
With Lonzo cutting ties with the brand and all the problems they have overall, it looks like those sells at Volleyball tournaments are the last that BBB is going to make.