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Once again, making batsh—t statements to the media has paid off for LaVar Ball as Leaf Trading Cards has signed the head of BBB to an autograph deal.
— Darren Rovell (@darrenrovell) June 14, 2017
According to ESPN’s Darren Rovell, LaVar trading cards, which are limited to just 200, will be sold on eBay starting today for $59.95:
Each card is inscribed with one of Ball’s sayings, such as “$495 ain’t enough,” and “If you can’t afford the ZO2’s, you’re not a big baller,” a reference to his son’s signature shoe price. Another card says “$1 billion was a discount,” referencing his demands of the shoe companies, who turned down his overtures to create a partnership with the company he created.
When a person clicks to buy a card, he or she will not know which phrase it features.
You must be thinking, “This selfish helicopter parent got a card before his lottery pick son.” True, but Leaf CEO Brian Gray really doesn’t give a damn what the haters think because he knows there are
people ballers out there who will scoop these up: