LaVar Ball hit the reset button on the family athletic apparel company Big Baller Brand and is trying again to make it a thing. The head of the Ball clan announced via his Instagram account the company has been resurrected from the dead.

The Big Baller Brand dynasty might be falling apart already. A recent episode of the family’s Facebook reality show Ball In The Family highlighted the rift between LaVar Ball and his son Lonzo Ball.

Lonzo Ball has been an open book as of late. Earlier in the week he sat down with Big Boy and doubled-down on his take that Future has more classics than Nas. Now he is admitting that his BBB ZO2 signature kicks were defective.

Lonzo Ball is suing Big Baller Brand co-founder Alan Foster for fraud. All the BBB skeptic are surely thinking, “We told you so.”

Big Baller Brand is looking absolutely dead in the water. It’s spokesman, Los Angeles Lakers point guard Lonzo Ball, has covered up his BBB tattoo.

Big Baller Brand is at it again. They have unveiled their newest edition of their signature sneaker.

As polarizing as Lavar Ball is you can always count on him for a memorable interview. He recently appeared with Kevin Hart to discuss his family roster, not knowing when to shut up and more.

Lonzo Ball is currently nursing a sprained left MCL as he tries to work himself back into the Los Angeles Lakers lineup. The NBA rookie will soon be working on trying to get adequate rest a night in a few months after news that his high school sweetheart and girlfriend is expecting.

Get ready. Lavar Ball is planning to release his own sneaker with a price tag of $1,500 dollars. Yes $1,500.

The Big Baller Brand has dropped a trailer for its new Facebook reality show, Ball In The Family. The show debuts on Aug. 31.