LaMelo Ball will officially never play college basketball after signing agent

LaMelo Ball will officially never play college basketball after signing agent

LaMelo Ball will officially never play college basketball after signing agent

LaVar Ball says his younger sons, LiAngelo, 19, and LaMelo Ball, 16, have signed with a professional sports agent and will attempt to play basketball overseas, ending their college basketball careers before they begin. "I want them to go somewhere where they will play them together on the court at the same time. I just need to get them playing again". The original plan was for him to be homeschooled, but LiAngelo's situation has changed things.

Earlier this week, Lavar Ball had said LaMelo Ball would still play for UCLA, but Thursday morning, he said LaMelo Ball will not play college basketball.

LaMelo, who withdrew from Chino Hills (California) High School early in his junior season, was planning to play at UCLA in two years. "The priority is for the boys to play on the same team". That information comes from LaVar Ball.

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But LaVar Ball days later told ESPN "Who?" when asked about Trump's role in the release of Ball's son and the other players. Sources told ESPN that several teams in Europe and Asia have expressed interest.

If you thought that LaVar Ball might be past his feud with Donald Trump, I'm afraid I have some big news. "Let him do his political affairs and let me handle my son, and let's just stay in our lane".

LiAngelo doesn't project out to be an National Basketball Association player, and while LaMelo is a top recruit, he's also 16 years old and years away from possible draft eligibility. "I have been at UCLA but I didn't go through what he is going through", the Lakers point guard said of giving his input.

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