LeBron James has had enough of LaVar Ball! James has issued a warning shot to him, as Ball has been talking about NBA players a lot lately. The Cleveland Cavaliers superstar has not paid it much mind, but when Ball decided to speak about James' family, LeBron refused to keep silent and had to respond to him.

"Keep my kids' name out of your mouth, keep my family out of your mouth," LeBron James said via ESPN, regarding LaVar Ball's comments about James' children.

LaVar Ball has been too loud lately, and NBA players don't like it

Lonzo Ball, who is a projected top-3 pick this upcoming draft, is LaVar Ball's son, and it seems that Lonzo's success is the reason why LaVar feels that he can talk about anything and anyone.

The avalanche started when Mr. Ball said how his son will play only for the Los Angeles Lakers, and that comment had a negative impact on Lonzo Ball's draft stock. A lot of NBA executives and general managers agreed that such comments will do nothing but harm to the young prospect, but it did not stop his dad from making even more comments.

Ball took shots at some NBA legends like Michael Jordan and Charles Barkley, and he also said that his son is better than Stephen Curry.

Ball has crossed the line

It seems no one is safe when it comes to LaVar Ball's comments, but he crossed the line when he decided to talk about LeBron James' kids, who have done nothing to him. Just like James, LaVar Ball has a few young kids who are all great basketball players.

However, without a good reason, Ball decided to comment about James' kids, saying how they won't be good in the NBA. He added that his own sons will be better than James' kids, LeBron James Jr. and Bryce Maximus James.

These comments came out of nowhere and LaVar Ball had no good reason to talk trash about LeBron James' family.

On the contrary, the Cavaliers superstar had nothing but praise for Lonzo Ball, saying how he actually likes him and his game. However, he also added that LaVar Ball needs to stop talking about his family. "He can talk all about his brand, talk about his sons, talk about basketball, talk about me," James told ESPN. "But keep my family out of this."