🚨 EXCLUSIVE: LaMelo Ball becomes the first high school player to have his own sneaker.
— SLAM Magazine (@SLAMonline) August 31, 2017
LaMelo Ball, the youngest son of Big Baller Brand patriarch LaVar Ball, is only 16 years old. However, that hasn’t stopped the Chino Hills High School standout from unveiling his very first signature sneaker.
On Thursday, SLAM Magazine unveiled LaMelo’s signature sneaker dubbed the “Melo Ball 1 (MB1).”
It is the first time a high school basketball player has ever had his own signature shoe.
Of course, being under the Big Baller Brand label, the MB1 carries a hefty price tag of $395, because it’s only for the biggest of ballers. Check it out:
Compared to his older brother Lonzo’s ZO2 sneaker, the MB1 is actually a decent looking pair of kicks.
LaMelo Ball is currently a five-star recruit and the No. 3 point guard in the Class of 2019. He’s currently committed to follow in the footsteps of his brothers Lonzo and LiAngelo at UCLA.