LaVar Ball Says, 'I Will Always Think My Son Is Better Than Steph Curry,' And He Got Destroyed For It

LaVar Ball, Lonzo Ball, Steph Curry

LaVar Ball Says, 'I Will Always Think My Son Is Better Than Steph Curry,' And He Got Destroyed For It

"Stop the nonsense!"

Published November 30, 2017

LaVar Ball first declared that his son Lonzo Ball is better than Steph Curry in February. Well, last night, the outspoken hoops dad doubled down on his outlandish statement.

"Until I die, I will always think that my son is better than Steph Curry!" Ball told NBC Sports Bay Area at the Staples Center prior to Lonzo's Los Angeles Lakers hosting Curry's defending champion Golden State Warriors last night. 

"He can be a 10-time MVP," Ball added about the two-time MVP Curry. "I still don't think he's better than my son."

Well, LaVar had to sit back and watch Curry notch 28 points and seven assists to Lonzo's 15 points and 10 assists in the Warriors' 127-123 overtime win.

And when people got privy to LaVar once again saying his son is better than Curry, they severely dragged the hoops dad with these zero-chill reactions.

  1. Here's how confidently LaVar Ball once again stated that his son is better than Steph Curry

    LaVar at it again 🤦‍♂️

    A post shared by NBC SPORTS BAY AREA (@nbcsauthentic) on

    Oh, he had to know he was going to catch this Twitter slander. At this point, we're sure LaVar doesn't care.

  2. People were instantly like ...

    And they were just warming up.

  3. Then again, LaVar once said that he, himself, could've defeated Michael Jordan 1-on-1 back in the day

    Super confident or delusional?

  4. So, you have to laugh at some things he says

    And Twitter had the GOAT doing just that.

  5. Steph probably watched LaVar make that statement and reacted like ...

    Lonzo has years of work to do to catch up to Steph's level.

  6. Some people feel like LaVar is just being a supportive dad and saying the things a father is supposed to about his son

    Your thoughts?

  7. BUt not everyone is trying to hear that


  8. At the end of the day, Twitter wants LaVar to accept the following ...


Written by BET Staff

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