LiAngelo, LaMelo Ball sign with agent to play basketball overseas


Adding to the continuing media circus that is the Ball family, LaVar Ball has chose to sign not just his son LiAngelo Ball (who was recently removed from UCLA by LaVar) with an agent, but also his youngest son, 16-year-old LaMelo Ball. "I want them to go somewhere where they will play them together on the court at the same time". The original plan was for him to be homeschooled, but LiAngelo's situation has changed things.

"One day after he abruptly removed his middle son from UCLA, LaVar Ball began his quest to prepare LiAngelo for next year's National Basketball Association draft".

He definitively added about LaMelo: "He's not going to play college basketball". Gaines, who also represents Lakers point guard Lonzo Ball, has already reportedly been in contact with a handful of teams in Europe and Asia about the services of the Ball brothers, neither of whom has even played in a college game.

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Trump thought it would be nice if LiAngelo Ball and his two now former UCLA teammates, who were under house arrest, said acknowledged Trump's assistance (they did). Ball will be spending his time between appearing on talk shows in the United States and overseas if this is the case.

Trump publicly questioned whether the players would thank him for his help in their release, tweeting, "Do you think the three UCLA Basketball Players will say thank you President Trump?" "I'll go back and forth and probably stay out there a while at first".

The outspoken father removed LiAngelo from UCLA while he served a suspension in his freshman season for shoplifting in China.