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<!-- body { font:12px Arial, Helvetica, sans-serif; color: #000; background-color: #EEF2FB; margin: 0px; } --> NBA star Lonzo Ball said last week that he severed ties with Big Baller Brand co-founder Alan Foster Womens Nike Air Max , who allegedly stole $1.5 million from him. And today, a post on Instagram from Ball's manager and friend, Darren Moore, has fans questioning if BBB is closing its doors.Moore threw away a pair of Big Baller Brand ZO2 sneakers and shared it via Instagram Stories, posting the video with the hashtag #dumpurmerch. The video is being shared throughout social media./p/BvcjKIRDIW-/Further fueling talks of the brand's demise was a tweet sent from ESPN's Ramona Shelburne, who stated the family of the Los Angeles Lakers standout has had talks of ending BBB for good."The Ball Family had discussions over the weekend about folding @bigballerbrand and anything associated with Alan Foster. Story coming shortly on ESPN," Shelburne wrote./ Friday, Ball told ESPN that roughly $1.5 million from personal and business accounts managed by Foster had allegedly gone missing. Foster, who is a longtime friend of Lonzo's father cheap Nike sneakers , LaVar, owns 16.3 percent of BBB.In the report, Lonzo said Foster “used his access to my business and personal finances to enrich himself. As a result, I have decided to sever all ties with Alan, effective immediately.”Since then, the point guard's actions on social media has sparked fans to speculate on if he will join Nike's roster of athletes.Yesterday, the baller posted an image with the phrase "It's only a crazy dream until you do it," which resembles Nike's recent "Dream Crazy" ads. He captioned the photo, "Moving on to bigger and better #MyOwnMan." He also changed his Twitter avatar to a photo of him as a child in a Nike T-shirt./p/BvXqeWnFenu/In May 2017 Cheap Men Air Max , Big Baller Brand unveiled Lonzo's first-ever signature shoes. The ZO2: Prime and ZO2: Wet were announced with $495 and $995 retail prices, respectively. In September 2017, the label unveiled an updated iteration of the sneaker, the ZO2 Prime Remix. The escalating trade war between the United States and China could drive up the low costs consumers have come to expect from Walmart.The retailer, which today posted first-quarter earnings, warned of the impact that increased tariffs could have on shoppers should President Donald Trump make good on his threat to impose duties on almost all remaining imports from China. (On Monday, the Office of the U.S. Trade Representative published a list of about $300 billion in Chinese goods that could be hit with a proposed 25% hike in levies.)"We're monitoring the tariff discussions and are hopeful that an agreement can be reached," CFO Brett Biggs said. "Our goal is to always be the low-price leader, and we will actively manage pricing and margins as warranted with our customers and shareholders in mind. Our merchant teams have been focused on this for months and continue to execute appropriate mitigation strategies."Walmart joins Macy's Cheap Nike Air , Steve Madden, Wolverine Worldwide and more companies that have indicated the need to raise costs to make up for the mounting tariffs, with the fourth tranche expected to include apparel and footwear.The remarks come as the Bentonville, Ark.-based company reported its best first-quarter comparable sales growth in nine years and earnings that handily topped expectations.For the three months ended April 30, Walmart delivered profits of $3.84 billion, or $1.33 per share, compared with $2.13 billion, or 72 cents a share, the prior-year period. adjusted earnings per share were at $1.13 Cheap Nike Free , exceeding consensus bets of $1.02.Total revenues came in 1% higher at $123.9 billion, versus estimates of $124.94 billion, and its same-store sales climbed a healthy 3.4%. E-commerce sales in the U.S. were another bright note, improving 37% during the quarter — driven by robust gains in the fashion and home categories, as well as its online grocery store."We're changing to enable more innovation, speed and productivity, and we're seeing it in our results," CEO Doug McMillon said in a statement. "We're especially pleased with the combination of comparable sales growth from stores and e-commerce in the U.S. Our team is demonstrating an ability to serve customers today while building new capabilities for the future."Watch FN's interview with these top shoe players.Want more?Working as a Walmart Store Manager Is a Very Good Job — and Salaries Are Bigger Than You ThinkWalmart Is Now Delivering Kids' Clothing Direct to Your Door — Could Shoes Be Next?Why Walmart's Latest Battlefront With Amazon Is Ad Sales

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