Watch the first two episodes of the Ball family's new reality series.
The "Ball In The Family" reality series, featuring LaVar Ball, his wife Tina, and their three sons Lonzo, LiAngelo and LaMelo debuted today with two 18-minute episodes.
In speaking about the 10-episode reality series, which will air exclusively on Facebook, LaVar said in a statement,
“We wanted to give our fans an unfiltered look into our lives and show them a side of us that isn’t typically seen,” LaVar Ball said in a statement. “We have a big community of fans on Facebook, so we’re excited our series is going to be on Watch. And who better to help us tell our story than Bunim-Murray Productions.”
The premiere episode of "Ball In The Family" featured a mix of the boisterous LaVar Ball we've come to know through various television appearances, as well as his softer side, which comes out when speaking about his wife Tina, who suffered a stroke prior to the 2017 NCAA tournament. The episode also focuses on the three Ball sons, specifically Lonzo, as the family travels to New York for the NBA Draft where the former UCLA star is drafted #2 overall by his hometown team, the Los Angeles Lakers.
Episode two gives viewers a closer look at Tina Ball's road to recovery, as well as Lonzo's relationship with his girlfriend, Denise, and LiAngelo's big move into his older brother's apartment. LiAngelo is entering his freshman year at UCLA and if things go according to LaVar's plan, he'll be a one and done just like Lonzo.
The youngest, LaMelo, still has two more years at Chino Hills High School but he has already committed to UCLA. Furthermore, he has just unveiled his very own signature sneaker, the Big Baller Brand Melo Ball 1, which will retail for $395 - $100 cheaper than Lonzo's ZO2 Prime.
"Ball In The Family" will release every Thursday on Facebook for 10 episodes total and promises to give us a behind the scenes look at the inner workings of the polarizing Big Baller Brand, as well as the home life that LaVar has created for his wife and three sons.
Check out the first two episodes of "Ball In The Family" below.