Lonzo Ball has been making a name for himself on the court for his play during the NBA Summer League, but his choice of sneakers have been making plenty of headlines as of late. Lonzo sported his signature ZO2 sneakers that are owned by his father LaVar's Big Baller Brand during the first two games of the summer. Since then, he's been wearing sneakers by multiple brands like Nike, Adidas, and Under Armour.

While wearing the ZO2's, Lonzo was able to post one triple-double in his second game. However, his averages for those games were just 8 points, 8 assists, and 7.5 rebounds.

His first trial of trying a different brand was when he sported the signature shoes of Kobe Bryant. After that, he chose to sport James Harden's Adidas sneaks, and most recently in a game against the Brooklyn Nets, he wore shoes by Stephen Curry.

Shoes Making A Difference

Since the change in his sneaker rotation, Lonzo Ball has played tremendous all-around basketball. On Sunday, he led the Lakers to a win over Dennis Smith Jr.'s Dallas Mavericks to advance to the Summer League championship game.

During that game, he wore the Jordan 31's. Ball posted 16 points and 10 dimes but suffered a minor calf injury that forced him to leave the game in the third quarter.

Ball has bounced back in a big way since the second game of the summer.

His averages before Sunday's game stood at 16.4 points, 9.2 assists, and 8.4 rebounds per game, according to nba.com. His most impressive effort came in his third game against a Markelle Fultz-less 76ers team. He put up a summer high of 36 points in a winning effort.

Lavar Ball speaks out on the matter

LaVar Ball has been no stranger to speaking his mind and being the lead promoter for his son.

When he made his son the first player to ever have his own shoe before joining the NBA, he had his sights on a possible bidding war between the top shoe brands to want to become a partner of the Big Baller Brand.

Recently, Lavar spoke out on the reason behind his son's sneaker rotation and claimed that Lonzo did it to be "spiteful," according to "For The Win."

"It's making a statement to the brands of what they could have had with an open mind.

The players are the brand ambassadors. The brands are nothing without the players."

Summer League Championship Game

The Lakers will go against the Portland Trailblazers on Monday night at 7 p.m. PT, in the Summer League championship. The game will take place on ESPN and Lonzo Ball says he's hopeful he will be able to play in the title game despite the minor injury suffered on Sunday evening.