They debate the optics of Trump's desperation to be thanked by LaVar Ball for his release from a Chinese jail.
Hardly an ungrateful fool, LaVar Ball has millions of reasons to thank President Donald Trump for his Twitter barbs.
'On the other hand, ' Schwartz continued, 'I think he has a zero tolerance for any criticism of any kind, that's why he goes after anybody who says virtually anything about him that's negative'.
"Donald Trump, you're such a f-.=", he said in a NSFW Instagram video earlier this week.
Since the feud, Ball has been the subject of jokes on NBC's famed comedy show "Saturday Night Live".
Rapaport decide that his contempt for Ball, whom he said was "good at" talking smack, paled to his enmity for Trump, saying the president's hypocrisy about the support of embattled GOP senate candidate Roy Moore came with real-world consequences.
"You get that audience, which isn't a bunch of deplorables and won't be bothered by what he says", Durbin said.More news: Chip Kelly hire instantly makes Bruins contenders
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He also warned that Mr Ball "could have spent the next 5 to 10 years during Thanksgiving with your son in China, but no National Basketball Association contract to support you" had it not been for his intervention. But during that time, as LiAngelo Ball and teammates Cody Riley and Jalen Hill were detained for shoplifting, LaVar Ball and his youngest son, LaMelo, were promoting pop-up Big Baller Brand stores in Hong Kong and Shanghai.
That was the context of Trump's day-before-Thanksgiving tweets. "It's a really big deal, especially in China", he added.
Ball made reference to the shoplifting in his interview with Cuomo, at one point seeming to rebuke his son for stealing and foolishly doing it in a country with tough laws.
"But the Chinese people were like, you know what, he's OK".
Perhaps predictably, Trump has been criticized for getting into another Twitter war.
"MAKE AMERICA GREAT AGAIN!" the president tweeted at 6:31 a.m in reply to Washington Post reporter Greg Sargent.