LaVar Ball has found his true home, and while it was in the Staples Center, it was even more intimate than that: inside a WWE ring.
The outspoken patriarch of the Ball family and founder of the Big Baller Brand, LaVar made his debut on WWE's Monday Night Raw in Los Angeles, the perfect platform for his boisterous personality. The older Ball received a mixed reaction, but Lonzo was understandably cheered by Lakers fans in attendance when he was announced.
LaVar, along with his sons, Lonzo and LaMelo, joined The Miz on his MizTV segment, which was predictably erratic and entertaining. The Balls were meant to be on as guests of The Miz, who discussed a partnership with BBB, leading them to quickly get into it with one another. LaVar even climbed onto the ropes at one point before getting face to face with the WWE's seven-time and current intercontinental champion.
Things looked to be building to a fracas, particularly after both men ripped their shirts off, but Dean Ambrose soon appeared on the ramp in a Big Baller Brand T-shirt and claimed that he was the one working with BBB.
It was an interesting couple of minutes and hopefully just the beginning of LaVar's WWE career.