It’s been a rollercoaster ride for Big Baller Brand, and it looks like things could finally be coming to an end. 

The Ball family’s ambitious sneaker company was launched in 2017, coming out of the gate with $495 pre-orders and plans to compete with Nike.

Things would only get stranger from there as father LaVar did his best to control the signature sneaker destinies of his sons.

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By March of this year, reports emerged that Lonzo had parted ways with business manager and Big Baller Brand co-founder Alan Foster, who was accused of embezzling $1.5 million from the NBA star.

The latest wrinkle in the seemingly never-ending saga is perhaps the most telling. Upon visiting Big Baller Brand’s website, users are met with the brand’s logo and instructed to click it to shop online. Rather than direct shoppers to the latest BBB kicks, the site points to the personal homepage of Foster himself

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