Day: May 31, 2017

Let’s all Hate on Lavar Ball’s Perfectly Reasonable Halftime Speech

The Biased Media was at it again, continuing their witch hunt over America’s sweetheart Lavar Ball. Lavar Ball giving a halftime speech to his AAU team then losing 109-57 is PEAK Lavar Ball — Big Cat (@BarstoolBigCat) May 28, 2017 As you can see, America’s worst nightmare, Lavar Ball, was busy being a terrible person this weekend, coaching his son and 13 other high school kids and offering them advice. What a lousy man. What awful message did he send? Well, he suggested his players Leak Out, Which is you know the entire Big Baller strategy, a strategy...

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I want Lavar Ball to run my Retirement Fund

Our boy Lavar has made the news again, this time for a little financial talk Lavar Ball turns down $10 million shoe deal As the highly overrated fake news media tends to do, people are jumping to conclusions, calling Lavar an idiot and saying he’s dumb to pass up $10 million dollars for his son, as a figure like that could guarantee his financial security. It’s a total witch hunt and very unfair! These are very stupid comments and these fake news media sources clearly don’t know Finance or Math, because Lavar has told us before BBB is a...

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I Need to Apologize to Lavar Ball

Evidently people really like searching “LaMelo Ball Lame” on Google because my blog, LaMelo Ball’s 92 Point Game was so Lame, is still racking up the page views all these months later. While I maintain my stance on said game being Lame, I made some Colin Cowherd type ill-fated hot takes I need to apologize for in order to keep my BBB card. Just some awful takes from me. February me was so dumb. The Dad does not also suck, he is a Big Baller. LaMelo does kinda suck in said video though. This 92 is garbage. I maintain that...

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ESPN Parts Ways With John Clayton

Sports media powerhouse ESPN continued their dramatic layoff campaign Wednesday by letting go of beloved NFL reporter John Clayton. The release of Clayton comes after the company’s recent large-scale layoffs that caught the sports world completely off guard in April, letting go of dozens of popular reporters and personalities. Clayton covered the NFL for twenty three-years for ESPN after working as a beat writer for the Pittsburgh Steelers and Seattle Seahawks. With ESPN being in a league of their own when it comes to the sports media landscape, it doesn’t make much sense to me why they keep hurting...

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