After Lavar Ball revealed his son Lonzo’s signature basketball shoe on Thursday (May 4), all people could talk about was the outrageous $495 price tag. However, that may not be the only controversial thing about the kicks.
When the shoe, dubbed the ZO2, was unveiled, Ohio State University wide receivers coach Zach Smith immediately spotted something very familiar about the sneaker’s logo, noticing that it was eerily similar to his “Zone 6” logo used by all his wideouts.
Smith immediately hopped on Twitter to call out what he dubbed “#robbery,” and even changed his Twitter bio to include “designer of Lorenzo Ball’s logo
Source: Twitter Vlad Tv