If you (understandably) turned off your Big Baller Brand alerts last year, you may have missed the Feb. 19 announcement revealing that the "global sports and lifestyle brand" had launched a new website, BigBallerBrandInc.com, with nearly 50 new products available for only the most Baller of fans.
"The Big Baller Brand is BACK and better than ever! Over the past year, my team and I have been working diligently to expand Big Baller Brand and improve the overall customer experience," Big Baller Brand CEO LaVar Ball said in a press release. "We are thrilled to announce the launch of our new website BigBallerBrandInc.com. I want to thank our loyal fans for patiently waiting for the relaunch and continuing to grow with our family!"
Despite the use of both caps lock and an exclamation point, LaVar couldn't divert attention from the notable absences of Pelicans guard Lonzo Ball and potential top-five draft pick LaMelo Ball, his oldest and youngest of three sons, respectively. LaVar and his middle son, LiAngelo, are featured prominently on the front page of the new site, but Lonzo and LaMelo are nowhere to be found.
Only a few years ago, LaVar was telling anyone within shouting distance that his sons — and consequently, Big Baller Brand — were ready to take over the NBA.