In today’s installment of “Crazy things LaVar Ball says,” he’s bringing up another NBA icon.

On May 4th, 2017, previously known as “Star Wars Day,” LaVar Ball came pretty close to breaking the Internet.

If you are a part of #SportsTwitter, he basically did.

How’d he do it?

By now, you’ve already heard or have been following the LaVar Ball sneaker drama so we’ll save you the background info.

Honestly, it’s just too much to get into, but if you have been in Antarctica for the last couple months or just got an Internet connection and really want to know all of the crazy details that led us all to this moment, you can check it out here.

The above tweet by ESPN Stats & Info was what everyone from bloggers, social media users, radio and TV hosts, and anybody in the United States was talking about since the news that the cost of the ZO2’s dropped.

Sure, Lonzo Ball is a great basketball player and a surefire lottery pick in next month’s NBA draft, with many prognosticators saying the former UCLA standout is battling Washington’s Markelle Fultz and Kansas’ Josh Jackson as the No. 1 overall selection.

None of that can be disputed, they are all facts. But the price of a shoe that has never been actually made, from a player that hasn’t even been drafted yet, at $495 is being disputed ad nausea.

And frankly, rightfully so.

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