Lonzo Ball Chooses CAA To Represent Him

Lakers point guard Lonzo Ball has hired Creative Artists Agency after mutually parting ways with previous agent Harrison Gaines last week, Ramona Shelburne of ESPN reports.

Ball claims that his decision to cut ties with Gaines had nothing to do with his issues concerning Big Baller Brand co-founder Alan Foster. Ball sued Foster for an excess of $2MM, alleging Foster embezzled millions of dollars from the company for personal use.

CAA represents many high profile actors, actresses and musicians. John Calipari and Tony Parker are the two of the most well-known basketball clients.

Ball’s father, LaVar Ball, has had discussions with CAA and other agencies as well. It remains unclear how Big Baller Brand will move forward, Shelburne adds.

“After thinking about this decision over the last few weeks, I concluded that CAA made the most sense for my career both on and off the court,” Ball said in a statement.

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10 thoughts on “Lonzo Ball Chooses CAA To Represent Him

  1. JonnyLucas

    Now… if they could just teach him how to hit a jumper… heck, even just a free throw……

  2. Thronson5

    I feel like he’s actually making some good decisions right now and is kind of growing and becoming his own man. It’s nice to see. Hopefully he can turn his career around and these injuries can stop

  3. azcrook

    Just keep his father out of the mix…..the kid is old enough to make his own decisions without the added weight of his father.

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