Lonzo Ball Reportedly Forced to Cover Big Baller Brand Tattoo

The Los Angeles Lakers' Lonzo Ball has reportedly been forced to cover his Big Baller Brand tattoo by the NBA. Find out more here.

Lonzo Ball Big Baller Brand Tattoo
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Lonzo Ball Big Baller Brand Tattoo

J.R. Smith's Supreme tattoo isn't the only ink raising eyebrows ahead of the start of the 2018-19 NBA regular season.

According to TMZ, Lonzo Ball is the latest player to be targeted by league officials. The news comes after the Big Baller Brand logo tattoo on his right forearm was covered with tape during the Lakers' preseason showing against the Golden State Warriors on Wednesday. 

Lonzo Ball Big Baller Brand Tattoo (Covered)

Reports state that the NBA contacted Ball about the tattoo, citing the league's policy against "displaying any commercial logos or corporate insignia on their body or in their hair" and presumably threatening the Lakers sophomore with a fine. 

With the NBA loosening up its sneaker sanctions this season and allowing players to wear whatever shoes they want, it seems as though branded tattoos are the new cause for concern around the league.

Sole Collector's request for comment from the NBA was not immediately returned.

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