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Sports LaVar jokes it'll take $200M for 1-on-1 with Jordan

03:20  27 november  2020
03:20  27 november  2020 Source:   thescore.com

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Lavar Ball 1 - On - 1 With Jordan Ain't Happening "Realistically, neither one of us is gonna do this," LaVar told TMZ Sports. "We over 50!" Don't get it twisted -- LaVar joked both guys would be down if it came with a crazy price tag of $ 200 MILLION and at a crazy location like the Empire State Building

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LaVar Ball has put a price tag on a potential one-on-one game against Michael Jordan, and it isn't cheap.

a man standing in front of a crowd © Allen Berezovsky / Getty Images Entertainment / Getty

When asked about playing against Jordan, Ball joked it would take $200 million to get him on the court.

"You're going to see me and Mike play for the small price of $200 million on pay-per-view," Ball told TMZ Sports. "If it's a dollar short, we're not playing."

However, Ball acknowledged it's unlikely he and Jordan will ever square off.

"Realistically, neither one of us is gonna do this," he said. "We over 50."

Ball's youngest son, LaMelo, who Jordan's Charlotte Hornets drafted No. 3 overall, didn't sound too optimistic, either, about a one-on-one happening between the pair.

"I don't think it's going to happen and I think we know how it would turn out, to be honest," LaMelo told reporters after the draft. "Well, I mean it is my pops and my boss, so I'm on both sides now."

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