Podcast: A conversation about why we talk about and write about LaVar Ball so much
Gary Parrish and Matt Norlander discuss LaVar Ball but also touch on Mitchell Robinson's situation
LaVar Ball has generated news stories, columns and television and radio content for a solid week -- first because of the scene he caused last Wednesday in Las Vegas, then because of the incident he created Friday when he requested that Adidas officials replace a female referee mid-game, then because because it granted his request, then because , and finally because in a game of one-on-one.
Meantime, lots of you are asking why we write and talk about LaVar Ball so much.
So Matt Norlander and I tried to explain that at the top of this Eye on College Basketball podcast -- and we also discussed Friday's incident, and I detailed why the fact that it was a female referee who was removed and humiliated is very much relevant to the story. Basically, it's just wide-ranging LaVar Ball conversation for the first 27 minutes of this podcast.
If you're one of those who is genuinely tired of LaVar Ball, here's some good news: We wrap that up at the 27-minute mark and start discussing this wild story on Dayton's Sam Miller -- and also touch on , briefly.. Then we discuss
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