There have been reports that Lavar Ball and Big Baller Brand have been asking for money in exchange for the recording of Lamelo Ball during his Spire Academy games, and I must say that it really shouldn’t matter. Lamelo Ball is a player that brings media attention and fan hype wherever he goes, as well as great play on the court, so my question is, why shouldn’t BBB make pocket change on videos people could profit on for years.
Lamelo is currently averaging nearly a triple double at Spire Institute in Ohio, which is an extremely impressive achievement, and that is something that should be rewarded.
Lamelo Balls Last Two Games— UniquESports + (@UniqueSportplus) January 14, 2019
Lamelo Ball Season (17-0) Average
6 Triple Doubles @MELOD1P should be the #1 Pick in 2020! pic.twitter.com/UFs5NeyClg
The context is simple, BBB will charge 3500 dollars for media outlets to tape Lamelo Ball in game, for which they will distribute for much much more, so for me, its just not a problem.
Let us know in the comments whether you think BBB should be asking for money, or if it is a bad move.