Lonzo Ball Girlfriend Denise Garcia Pregnant

Lonzo Ball Girlfriend Denise Garcia Pregnant

Lonzo Ball Girlfriend Denise Garcia Pregnant

EL SEGUNDO, Calif. - Lonzo Ball had planned to test his knee on Wednesday, but his return from a sprained left MCL remains uncertain. Ball also reportedly felt some pain in the knee recently and it feels like the Lakers aren't going to put him on the court until he's 100 percent pain free.

According to recent reports from TMZ Sports, the couple is expecting their first child together. She has been prominently featured on the family's Ball in the Family reality show and is part of the Big Baller Brand women's line.

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We're told Denise is 4 months pregnant. The baby's gender was not revealed, but sources say it's healthy and thriving. No word on whether it's a boy or a girl ... but we're guessing LaVar is hoping for a hooper to continue the BBB legacy.

Not to be too cynical but this is, of course, a great marketing opportunity for the Ball family.

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LaVar know has one son in the National Basketball Association, two teenage sons playing professional ball in Lithuania, his own shoe company in Big Baller Brand, not to mention he just announced he's going to release BBB Water in America very soon. Baby Zo2 Primes! Premium baby bibs!

There's a future Big Baller on the way.

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