Shaq Accepts LaVar Ball's Challenge: "I'll Glue This Wig To My Head"

Shaq Accepts LaVar Ball's Challenge:

Shaq Accepts LaVar Ball's Challenge: "I'll Glue This Wig To My Head"

Communicating with ESPN's Darren Rovell on Saturday night, Ball said that Lonzo wearing shoes from all three companies was sending a message.

LaVar Ball is at it again and this time he's issued a challenge to a Hall of Fame center. O'Neal basically said as much in an Instagram video on Sunday in which he promised to "superglue this wig to my head forever" if Ball beats him while he lip synced to Carrie Underwood's hit song "Blown Away".

Ball was recently asked about the competitive rivalry between his son LaMelo and Shaquille O'Neal's son Shareef. Wake up bro. I made more free throws in a game then the Points you averaged mr 2.2 a game.

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LaVar Ball, former National Basketball Association pro and the father of Los Angeles Lakers rookie Lonzo Ball, renewed yet another beef over the weekend. LaMelo is just 6-foot-3. While O'Neal was on board with the Lakers drafting Lonzo, he was critical of LaVar charging $495 for his older son's signature sneaker.

"If you can't afford the ZO2'S, you're NOT a BIG BALLER!"

Even if Shaq and LaVar don't meet on the court, here's to hoping the Diesel continues to wear that wig.

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