UCLA Basketball Player's Father Wants Billion-Dollar Shoe Deal

The father of a UCLA basketball star wants a billion-dollar shoe deal.  Several reports say that LaVar Ball is looking for a company to get the exclusive rights to Lonzo Ball, as he's expected to go high in the NBA draft this June.

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The deal would also include Ball's two other kids, who are standouts on their high school teams and have already committed to the Bruins.  LaVar says the company doesn't need to pay him a billion up front -- they can stretch out the payments to be 100-million each year.


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