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Lavar Ball Went On Skip Bayless’ Show To Make Himself More Unlikeable

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Something truly remarkable is happening with Lavar Ball and the American people.

In case you were unaware, the year is 2017 and the world is pretty wild these days. With tweeting presidents, Russian spies, bomb threats, and terror attacks consuming our lives these days, it’s harder now more than ever for mankind to find the middle ground.

Enter Lavar Ball, who may be the greatest unifying force this planet has ever seen. Because no matter who you are, where you’re from, or what you look like, odds are that you f*cking hate Lavar Ball. I, for one, f*cking hate Lavar Ball. He’s delusional, bombastic, unintelligent, and worst of all, he has the most punchable face I have EVER seen. Just take a look at this dude’s grill for a second and tell me it doesn’t make you want to go 15 rounds:

Anyway, due to the Stephen A. effect (wherein being as loud and preposterous as possible gets you attention), Lavar Ball has remained in the media spotlight, today making an appearance on Fox Sports One’s Undisputed, also known as the hole Skip Bayless crawled into to die.

Ball did the usual shtick and in the process made both himself and his son less likeable.

Like, does Lavar realize when his son gets drafted and gets booed into the fourth dimension, it’s going to be directly his fault? Does he realize he’s made his son less likeable and more un-draftable? Or does he just not care?

Seriously, all because of Lavar, I am going to spend Lonzo’s entire career hoping for him to fail. That may not be fair of me to wish ill will upon Lonzo (who by all accounts seems like a nice, normal kid), but that’s just how much I can’t stand this f*cking guy, that I’m hoping his son’s life ends up as a complete failure.

Oh, and Lavar, one more thing…

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