Female ref removed after LaVar Ball threatens to pull team off court

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On Saturday, he took his team off the court and forfeited a game after getting into a dispute with referees.

Even with a new referee brought in, however, the game did not go the Big Baller Brand team's way, largely thanks to Papa Ball, who earned another technical and was ejected. He pointed to the official and yelled, "We need to get someone else in here".

Ball's scolding of the female official who was ultimately replaced after calling a technical foul against him Friday morning constituted "continual and prolonged derogatory comments toward the crew and, in particular, her", according to the source.

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After the game, former National Basketball Association ref Ed Rush - in charge of the company that supplies officials for the tournament - expressed his disbelief at Ball's comments regarding a vendetta.

On Friday, Ball threatened to pull his team off the court again after being assessed a technical foul in the first half of a game against Team BBC. Just call the game. "She's trying to say, 'Oh, I gave him a check, I'm strong!'" After the refs had called the game, LaVar was back to one of his catchphrases that had landed him in problematic hot water in the past. Whether this official was doing a poor job or not (I really have no idea), there's no reason that her lane shouldn't be officiating a basketball game.

"She's got a vendetta ..."

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It was not the first time Ball, whose son LaMelo stars on his AAU team, has broken out the "stay in your lane" argument about a woman.

In May, Ball told a female reporter from Fox Sports 1 to "stay in your lane" after she criticized Big Baller Brand for not selling women's apparel.

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