If you thought that LaVar Ball's Big Baller Brand prices were outrageous, just wait until you hear about Lonzo Ball's latest shameless cash grab.
At All-Star weekend in Los Angeles, the eldest of the Ball children is holding his first-ever autograph session for fans. Nothing wrong with that, right? Lonzo is a polarizing figure in the NBA for better or for worse, but there are a lot of fans who would love to get his signature.
The problem with all of it, however? His autograph will cost fans $199!
Lonzo Ball is holding his first official autograph session during All-Star Weekend. He'll sign any item, but it'll cost you $199 (and even more if you want the signature authenticated): https://t.co/skyTJeJpbD— Alex Kennedy (@AlexKennedyNBA) February 13, 2018
The best part is that for an extra $10, you can get his autograph authenticated.
Lonzo Ball having his first official autograph signing next week as All-Star comes to town. pic.twitter.com/EVqGrYjm92— Darren Rovell (@darrenrovell) February 9, 2018
For a guy that's already missed 19 games so far in his first season in the NBA and can't really shoot, it's a very hefty price for his autograph. If Ball never lives up to his full potential, that price would end up being completely absurd.
LaVar Ball is usually the one not making things any easier for his son. Now it's Lonzo who's making things tougher than it has to be.
Forgive us if we don't end up first in line.