first_img Pelicans’ David Griffin thinks future of team is ‘crazy’ good Don’t drown on this wave 🌊#BigBallerBrand #BBB #BuiltForThis #MB1 pic.twitter.com/nLDc0MsIjy— Big Baller Brand (@bigballerbrand) February 28, 2019The Better Business Bureau gave Big Baller Brand a failing grade in 2018, though Ball responded to the rating by saying: “Better Business Bureau is as outdated as the Yellow Pages. Who cares about them? … We honestly thought the Better Business Bureau was out of business.”The company has seen a lot of change in recent months as Lonzo Ball covered up his BBB tattoo with black and red dice. Lonzo also parted ways with the brand after partial owner Alan Foster allegedly took $1.5 million of the company’s money.And now, the clearance sale certainly doesn’t look good for the future of the brand. Big Baller Brand had a whiteboard next to a table with merchandise that displayed the pricing. A few highlights: Everything is “cash only.” Hats are $5, while hoodies are $15 and shorts are $20. You can also get a pair of shoes, a hoodie, t-shirt and a pair of socks as part of a bundle deal for $100.Big Baller Brand went from selling $50 t shirts to selling them for $5 at local volleyball tournaments 😂 pic.twitter.com/PBdyH1BSFW— LA Sports Radio (@LASportsRadio) July 14, 2019That’s a significant discount, considering the first pair of Big Baller Brand “ZO2” shoes were sold for $495, Yahoo Sports notes. Related News Zion Williamson injury update: Pelicans star calls NBA Summer League shutdown ‘precautionary’ LaVar Ball’s Big Baller Brand has hit a new low as it has now marked down t-shirts that the company once sold for $50 to $5. The brand was seen selling the items at a volleyball tournament over the weekend, appearing to be in an everything-must-go “clearance sale” mode. Lonzo Ball on being traded from Lakers to Pelicans: ‘I was excited’last_img read more