In his final game as a member of the UCLA Bruins, Lonzo Ball gave NBA teams a lot to think about, and it had nothing to do with his lackluster stat line of 10 points, eight assists, and three rebounds on 4-for-10 shooting. It had more to do with the player across the court from Lonzo: Kentucky's De'Aaron Fox. Fox was instrumental in helping propel the Wildcats past the Bruins in the Sweet 16 of the 2016 NCAA Tournament, scoring 39 points, dishing out four dimes, and grabbing three boards while going 13-for-20 from the field. 

Following the game, Lonzo's father LaVar dismissed Fox's performance. "They came up short, but one game doesn't define his season," he said, per ESPN. "No one is going to take De'Aaron Fox over him because of one game. It's about your body of work, and people know what he can do." While Fox admits that his 39-point performance was meant to "shut LaVar Ball up," the Wildcats point guard's father Aaron has remained relatively quiet. That is, until he sat down with Jonathan Abrams of Bleacher Report

When LaVar and his son Lonzo were brought up in their conversation, Aaron took a clear dig at the Ball family, claiming De'Aaron "already ate his ass up twice" during their match-ups last season.

“My son already ate his ass up twice,” he said. “[LaVar] can say what he wants to say. I just tell him to go back and watch the film. That’s it. All that yap, yap, yapping, I don’t even got to respond to that. We played them twice. Twice his son got outplayed. I always tell [De’Aaron], let your game speak for it. You ain’t got to talk. You ain’t got to fuss.”

With De'Aaron and Lonzo's entire NBA career ahead of them, this probably isn't the last time we have heard of Aaron or LaVar throwing shade at one another. 

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