LaVar Ball appears at WWE event, son LaMelo uses slur


Of course, LaVar Ball couldn't resist the urge to take off his shirt and challenge The Miz.

In case you ever thought Lavar Ball was flawless for wrestling, you were right.

LaMelo, who scored 92 points in a game last winter, will be a high school junior in Chino Hills, Calif., this fall and is one of the three sons LaVar has touted as the future of the National Basketball Association. Then LaVar ran around the ring. The appearance is seen nothing more than publicity though Lavar could have a future making appearances in the WWE. Lonzo also got to greet the Staples Center for the first time as a Laker, but other than that, it was a unusual set of events that may create a minor headline or two.

It figures. The Balls are even too big of heels for the WWE.

Looking closely, it seems Lavar, Lonzo and Lamelo had a great time in the segment.

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However, WWE officials were not as enthused by the way the segment happened, especially with the issues involving the racial slurs. The team of "The Miz, Dallas and Rhyno won that match".

Curtis Axel, third-generation superstar and new member of Miz's entourage, was standing backstage waiting to join his stablemate for a scheduled six-man tag.

LaMelo Ball, who scored 92 points in a game last season, will be a junior at Chino Hills High School during the 2017-18.

WWE told Houston Mitchell of the Los Angeles Times that LaMelo's comments were not part of the script.

Check out that segment involving Ball and "The Miz" below.