American media personality and businessman LaVar Christopher Ball, a.k.a. LaVar Ball, has an estimated net worth of $4 million. He is best known as the father of NFL players Lonzo Ball, LiAngelo Ball and LaMelo Ball.
Born on 23rd August 1967, the 50-year-old is the CEO of Big Baller Brand which is a sports apparel company and also the founder of Junior Basketball Association.
Here, we are going to share some information related to his net worth, salary, properties and much more.
As of 2018, LaVar Ball has an estimated net worth of $4 million while his company where he serves as the CEO, Big Baller Brand is worth multi-million dollars.
He is a very well known personality, but he is a very controversial person as well. He has not only made some offensive comments about winning Michael Jordan in one-on-one basketball match but also in 2017, he shared that he wanted $1 million co-branding show deal with her company for his three sons.
Watch Ball share that he can bet Michael Jordan.
Keeping his controversies aside, the primary source of his income comes through his career as a businessman and a media personality.
However, he is doing no justice to his sons as his sons who also have million dollars net worth get paid around $500,00 for wearing his Big Baller Brand, while they would be paid millions of dollars by other brands.
Meanwhile, Ball's net worth, i.e., $8 million is the only information about his finances available. Other details like his salaries and earnings have been kept under wraps.
LaVar Ball, who is a millionaire, owns quite a few estates and luxury cars and hands down, he loves to show them off.
In 2017, the businessman showed off his new mansion in Chino Hills, California which his company and son Lonzo bought for a jaw-dropping $5.2 million.
Watch Ball's house tour
The estate reportedly covers 16,000 sq ft and features eight bedrooms and 8.7 bathrooms, swimming pool, gym, home theatre and much more.
Now, talking about his cars, the proud father was gifted a $400,000 Rolls Royce by his son on Christmas of 2017. Lonzo shared a short clip of him surprising his father with the gift on his Twitter.
For some reason, the controversial father cum businessman likes to keep his financial information under wraps but time and now does not mind flaunting his assets.