The ticket sales for LaVar Ball’s JBA league have been comically abysmal Reviewed by Momizat on . When LaVar Ball announced that he was going to start his own professional league for prospects looking for an NCAA alternative — the Junior Basketball Associati When LaVar Ball announced that he was going to start his own professional league for prospects looking for an NCAA alternative — the Junior Basketball Associati Rating:
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The ticket sales for LaVar Ball’s JBA league have been comically abysmal

When LaVar Ball announced that he was going to start his own professional league for prospects looking for an NCAA alternative — the Junior Basketball Association — there were plenty of skeptics and questions. Most notably, would anyone actually go to the JBA games? LaVar’s JBA was going to need to attract basketball talent that was worth paying for, and outside of LaMelo Ball, no top-150 prospect signed with LaVar’s league. Still, that didn’t stop LaVar from charging exorbitant ticket prices for games in 10,000-plus-seat arenas instead of high school gyms. With two weeks until the Session 1 JBA opener in Ontario, Calif., that strategy isn’t looking good. The Ticketmaster seating chart for the

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