LaVar Ball's prediction of the Lakers making the NBA playoffs in 2018 isn't looking so hot. They currently sit at the bottom of the Western Conference at 11-27 and have lost nine straight games. 


With a young roster and head coach, the ​experiment isn't yielding the results the Lakers were hoping for.


Instead of putting any of the blame on his son, LaVar did what he does best and went straight after the head coach himself. 


In an interview with ESPN all the way from Lithuania, Ball had some choice words for Luke Walton and the way things are being run in Los Angeles. 

​​Ball completely ripped Walton, saying, "You can see they’re not playing for Luke no more...Luke doesn’t have control of the team no more. They don’t want to play for him.”


The shots didn't stop there. Ball was also unpleased with Lonzo's playing time and said, "I don’t know what they’re doing. If he’s ready to play, let him play. Don’t try and monitor no minutes, put on restrictions.”

As we've seen with LaVar, he never holds back, not even thousands of miles away. Even though the Lakers implemented a ​"LaVar Ball rule," keeping media away from him at the Staples Center, they can only do so much. 


As much as people complain about his antics, they can't seem to get enough of LaVar Ball each and every day. 

With the waves he continues to make all over the world, it won't be surprising to see LaVar become the Lakers head coach sooner or later.


​ At the rate this circus is going, that seems to be penultimate chapter of this saga.