LaVar Ball continued his ongoing feud with President Trump last night, just days after he decided to pull both of his younger sons out of school in an attempt to get them on the same basketball team overseas. 

The Big Baller's beef with Trump, which stems from LiAngelo's arrest for shoplifting in China, seemed to have cooled after he sent several pairs of Big Baller Brand ZO2 Primes to the White House, but it seems LaVar isn't finished just yet.

Last night, LaVar unveiled the "Trump Dunk" and informed the President to stay in his lane through a tweet that has been retweeted nearly 50,000 times. Trump has yet to respond but it wouldn't surprise anyone if he got back into the mud with the Ball father.

Even without Trump mentioning his name, LaVar has managed to stay in the news in recent weeks for a number of different reasons. 

For one, the Los Angeles Lakers recently enforced, what Staples Center employees are reportedly referring to as, the "LaVar Ball Rule" in an attempt to prevent Lonzo's pops from criticizing the coaches and team after Lakers games. Of course, that didn't stop LaVar from going on SiriusXM NBA Radio earlier this week to question the Lakers' coaching tactics.

Additionally, LaVar also made waves this week when he pulled his son LiAngelo out of UCLA. LiAngelo and 16-year old LaMelo have since signed with their older brother's agent and are looking to sign with a team overseas.