You no longer have to be as big of a baller to afford Big Baller Brand shoes. The shoe brand, founded by LaVar Ball and endorsed by his sons Lonzo, LiAngelo and LaMelo, released its second version of Lonzo's shoes -- and the price is 60 percent lower than the first versions. Much of the attention surrounding the Big Baller Brand last year was the price tag. The ZO2's cost $495 and up to $695 for the bigger sizes. This year's version, revealed online for preorder on Wednesday, are $200 each. "The $495 price point achieved its goal of being crazy disruptive, achieved its goal of making people look up and seeing the audacity and the swagger that Big Baller Brand has," said David Raysse, who designed the shoes. "The fact that we could even do that says a lot about the fact that it's a movement more than anything else." Despite the price drop, the Ball shoe is the most expensive mainstream shoe on the market. The Air Jordan XXXIII, which hits...


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