Over the last three Summer League games, Los Angeles Lakers rookie point guard Lonzo Ball has worn everything but his Big Baller Brand ZO2 shoes. Last Wednesday, Ball was spotted rocking the Nike Kobe AD. 

Two days later, Ball wore James Harden's signature Adidas shoe.

Then, Lonzo rocked the Under Armour Curry 4 personally sent to him by Steph.

Lonzo's ever-changing footwear of choice doesn't appear to be bothering his father LaVar one bit. "That boy can play barefoot and do the same thing. He’s just letting them know he can play in any shoe he feels like," LaVar told ESPN. "That’s how that Big Baller Brand roll. We’ve got that independence. We don’t have to be strapped down. You know how many players want to do that?”

Prior to Sunday's Lakers game against the Dallas Mavericks, ESPN's Cassidy Hubbarth pointed out his latest footwear of choice tonight and wondered if there was an ulterior motive in the works. "You're wearing the Jordan 31s tonight ... are you trying to start a bidding war here?," Hubbarth asked. "Something like that," Ball replied.

Regardless of what he throws on his feet, Lonzo is still balling out—no pun intended—against the Mavs.

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