LaMelo, LiAngelo Ball Sign With Agent, to Play Overseas

LaVar Ball China Would Love to Have Gelo Back ... for His Pro Career

New trajectory for future plans

LaVar Ball tells TMZ Sports China would be PUMPED on his son, LiAngelo, coming back to their country to play pro ball. now that he's done at UCLA. Emmanuel Mudiay was picked highest of any player to have done so, though his early struggles to adjust to the National Basketball Association might make teams reluctant to pull the trigger on another such prospect.

LaVar's decision to hire an agent ends any chance of LaMelo (who's now ranked No. 7 nationally in ESPN's class of 2019 high school recruiting rankings) playing college basketball. The players were arrested for shoplifting during a team trip.

Vitale also said that LiAngelo Ball has no chance of playing in the National Basketball Association.

LaMelo Ball had also previously withdrawn from Chino Hills High School in October, which would have been his junior season.

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"I don't care about the money", LaVar told ESPN earlier today. According to Goodman, LaVar Ball was frustrated that the school had not yet determined the length of his son's suspension. When LaVar Ball publicly downplayed Trump's role in bringing the incident to a close, Trump wrote on Twitter that he "should have left them in jail". Conversely, it would take a $2,500 bet on LiAngelo going undrafted to win only $100 - a significantly more likely scenario.

LaVar Ball pulled LiAngelo out of UCLA. The NCAA forbids players from signing endorsement deals and could have intervened if LaMelo ever attempted to play for the Bruins.

Apparently, there's already several teams in Europe and Asia have expressed interest in the two Ball brothers.

I'll be the first to admit, I didn't think much of the Ball family when I first heard about three brothers in California who were hyped to be the next great family in basketball. "I'm letting Harrison handle all that, but I know there are a few teams interested".

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