I’m just saying, BBB is always going to be the name on the fact that it also stands for the three Online Cigarettes Store USA Ball brothers. I’m not changing that s--- at all,” Ball said (h/t to LonzoWire).
“When I come out with a name and then somebody tells me to change it, that’s like me telling me to change your name. That’s like people saying ‘Oh, hey, change Lonzo’s name to Alfonzo on the fact that he been damaged goods for the last two years.’”
The “damaged goods” line is no doubt a reference to the large amount of injuries Lonzo has experienced in his first Newport Cigarettes Shop two years in the league, limiting him to fewer than 50 games per season so far. Or it could just be a reference to Lonzo joining the Pelicans, who knows?
Poking at your son’s injuries is an interesting way of stating your case when the son also literally owns the business, but we’re also talking about a man who thinks the best way to turn around a failing business is to change nothing.
What followed was an exchange already seen in a “Ball in the Family” trailer, with Lonzo getting real with LaVar about the brand and Foster:Tyson Fury's February rematch with World Boxing Council champion Deontay Wilder is not in jeopardy despite the horror double-cut sustained here in Las Vegas on Saturday night.
Fury was forced to scrap his way to a gory unanimous decision over previously undefeated Otto Wallin after suffering the dual wounds Cheap Newport 100s cigarettes around his right eye in only the third round of their encounter at the T-Mobile Arena.
The initial fear was that the severity of the cut would put serious doubts over the scheduled rematch with Wilder which has been slated for February 22, most likely back in Sin City.