Big Baller Brand is back. We don't know why — or who was asking for — but it is. The news follows a lengthy legal dispute with former business partner, Alan Foster.

Speaking to ESPN, LaVar Ball's representative, Denise White, explained, "Ball has put a great team of seasoned industry professionals in place to move the brand forward with exciting new products along with signature shoes and sportswear under the Ball name."

White continued, "Unfortunately Alan Foster continues to try and leverage the Ball Family name for his own gain ... He is a thief and con man and cannot be believed or trusted."

Big Baller Brand's website was shut down in April 2019 following fraud allegations. Per an ESPN report dated October 2019, Ball and Foster parted ways after Ball claimed that Foster had a criminal past and failed to adequately account for the whereabouts of $1.5 million from his personal and business accounts.

The newly launched website has added a roster of 48 new products including sneakers, tees, racerback tanks, and accessories. The meta-data for the newly-launched website writes, "ARE YOU A BIG BALLER, WE HAVE EVERYTHING FOR A BIG BALLER." So, if that's applicable to you, check out the new pieces right here.

Reactions to the re-launch on Twitter were not so positive.

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