LaVar on LeBron, Lakers and Trump

LaVar on LeBron, Lakers and Trump

Maybe I'm Crazy with Joy Taylor - June 13, 2018 - 1:31:34

LaVar and LiAngelo Ball join Maybe I’m Crazy for the first, but definitely not the last time. LaVar explains why LeBron James will join Lonzo and (hopefully) LiAngelo with the Lakers next season. The father and son duo also talk about where LiAngelo wants to go in the Draft, the JBA, their brand new league, featuring the youngest Ball Brother, LaMelo. LiAngelo premieres the G3 Lux, his brand new shoe. LaVar brings clarity to his claims that Luke Walton lost the Lakers locker room. AND LaVar explains how he’s been more influential to the culture than LeBron, Kanye, and Trump. Then, during WIT IT or QUIT IT, Joy and Brandon discuss LeBron making excuses for the Warriors sweep, Kevin Durant throwing real shade at King James, and LeBron Jr. “committing” to a Los Angeles high school and what that means for LeBron’s future. Philadelphia Eagles coach Doug Pederson and Hot Cheetos make the LIT LIST this week. While IHOP(b), Dennis Rodman, and Dan Gilbert are all featured in this week’s LOSER POWER RANKINGS. Kobe Bryant makes a “surprise” appearance in the PETTY REPORT when Queen Petty declares him petty for giving LeBron championship advice. AND FINALLY, during the MIGOS CULTURE REPORT, Brandon and Joy discuss the 3rd G.O.O.D. Music album release “KIDS SEE GHOST” featuring Kanye West and Kid Cudi. Brandon voices his concerns that Kanye’s influence on the culture may force us to change the name of the MIGOS CULTURE REPORT to the KANYE CULTURAL COMMENTARY REPORT... Joy deads the idea immediately.

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