LaVar Ball Net Worth

Posted by , Updated on November 26, 2022

Net Worth$4 Million
BornOctober 23, 1967
Country of OriginUnited States of America
Source of WealthEntrepreneur

What is LaVar Ball’s net worth? We’ll find out. Born LaVar Christopher Ball on October 23, 1967, in Los Angeles, California. He grew up in South Los Angeles and has six siblings. Ball attended Canoga Park High School, where he played on the school’s football and basketball team.

He excelled in both football and basketball and even broke the school’s record for most rebounds secured. He started playing college ball at West Los Angeles College in the low-tier Western State Conference in 1986.

He then transferred to Washington State and started playing Division I ball. In 26 games, he averaged just 2.2 points and 2.3 rebounds, which led to him transferring to Cal State Los Angeles. After college, he made a return to football and had a very brief career in the NFL with the New York Jets before suffering an injury one year later and retiring from the game.

So how is LaVar Ball so famous today? Well, he’s the father of three basketball players, including Los Angeles Lakers point guard, Lonzo Ball. He’s also been very outspoken on social media and even claimed his son Lonzo was better than Stephen Curry. He also said he himself could defeat Michael Jordan in a one-on-one basketball game.

He’s also the co-founder of Big Baller Brand, a company that designs and sells clothing and shoes. And while the company has had some success, it’s also had a lot of failures. Several people have complained about the company’s customer service. In January of 2018, Big Baller Brand was given an F grade by the Better Business Bureau.

So to recap, LaVar Ball is best known for having a son who is a star player in the NBA. His net worth stands at around $4 million. His son, Lonzo, is worth a cool $10 million, thanks to his $13 million contract with the Lakers. LaVar Ball has a net worth of millions of dollars, letting him join the club of millionaires like Magic Johnson, Logan Paul, and Kodak Black.