LiAngelo and LaMelo Ball signing with agent, will turn professional

LiAngelo and LaMelo Ball signing with agent, will turn professional

Well, apparently not. LaVar told ESPN on Thursday morning that the 16-year-old won't attend UCLA, and now the plan is for both LiAngelo and LaMelo to play together for a team overseas, as previously reported. LaVar said his primary goal for his two sons is for them to go somewhere together where they can play and get back onto the court. "I just need to get them playing again". 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.

Ball called it "The Trump Dunk" and told the president to stay in his lane all while mentioning Trump's personal Twitter account.

LiAngelo Ball's outspoken father, Lavar Ball, told ESPN he chose to pull his son out of UCLA.

After Ball refused to show Trump any form of gratitude for his alleged influence in son's LiAngelo shoplifting incident in China, the two exchanged several social media shots. "The priority is for the boys to play on the same team". In September, Ball pulled his youngest son, LaMelo, from Chino Hills High School in California, announcing he would be home-schooled before eventually enrolling at UCLA like brothers LiAngelo and Lonzo, the eldest Ball son who now plays for the Los Angeles Lakers.

"I don't know the deals and who is offering what", Ball told ESPN. The biggest baller in America has made a decision to tweet out an animation involving himself and the President of the United States, and it appears that Ball wants to keep this beef going for a while.

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?"

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