LaVar Ball is like that dad sitting in the bleachers that annoys the other parents the entire time, screaming at the coach to play his kid more minutes or get him the rock more frequently. Except, he does this at the NBA level... giving world-class organizations ultimatumscriticizing the head coach and even pulling his youngest son, 16-year-old LaMelo, out of high school to go pro in Lithuania. We can't blame him for wanting the best for his kids. In fact, it's incredibly endearing and we wish that all parents were this involved in the success of their children's professional lives.

However, one man unimpressed with LaVar's antics is Golden State Warriors co-owner Peter Guber. TMZ caught up with Guber and asked how he would react if LaVar Ball gave his team a warning that, if they do not sign Lonzo's younger brothers LiAngelo and LaMelo within two years that Lonzo will leave, which is precisely what is happening right now with the Los Angeles Lakers. Guber simply responded that he would not listen to the conversation and that he would frankly disconnect from all LaVar-isms. 

The co-owner of the defending NBA champion Warriors continued his following statement by mouthing out an entire conversation while not emitting any sound, possibly meaning that anything that comes out of LaVar's mouth is meaningless. The Lakers recently traded for Isaiah Thomas and Channing Frye at the deadline; maybe the IT and Lonzo pairing will impress LaVar enough to shut him up for a few minutes.