The last time LaVar Ball had an issue with one of the refs officiating his son LaMelo's AAU team, which happened earlier this week, he pulled his squad off the floor and forfeited the game.

Today, LaVar had another argument with an official during Big Baller Brand's matchup against Team BBC at the Adidas Uprising Tournament.

This time, the referee, who happened to be a female, was reportedly replaced mid-game after she gave LaVar a technical. According to ESPN.com's Myron Medcalf, LaVar asked for her to be removed from the game following the argument. 

According to ESPN's Jeff Borzello, Adidas' tournament organizers said they replaced the ref because "there was a history between her and LaVar - she officiated Wednesday's game."

The game was ultimately called with two minutes remaining in the first half and Team BBC leading 53-43.

Borzello reports that afterward, LaVar commented on the referee in question, telling ESPN, "She's got a vendetta. She needs to stay in her lane because she ain't ready for this."

Of course, that "stay in your lane" line has become a bit of a trademark phrase for LaVar, who drummed up some controversy when he told Fox Sports 1's Kristine Leahy to "stay in her lane" during his interview with Colin Cowherd.

Check out footage below, courtesy of Overtime, as well as some tweets regarding what went down.