Long before even logging a single on-court minute, Lonzo Ball has recently been pulled through the hedge backwards in light of his latest sneaker release under his family's Big Baller Brand.

In a recent report published by the Los Angeles Times, it would appear that things only got worse for Lonzo Ball. Out of an estimated 500 total orders, only 356 were that of the Z02 Prime basketball silhouette that received so much hype. It would appear that the brand's foray into the high-end sneaker market has ended in complete disaster, however, this does not seem to have slowed down father LaVar from making reported Twitter statements such as, “If you can’t afford the ZO2s, you’re NOT a BIG BALLER!”

It has even been said that during a single 24-hour period following the collection's insertion last week, a total of only 33 sneakers and flipflops were ordered.

Stay tuned for more updates on Lonzo Ball's latest fashion disaster, with much more successful silhouettes like that of this super-rare Nike Air Foamposite having announced it will be returning to retail after a five-year hiatus.

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