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LiAngelo, LaMelo Ball explore playing professionally overseas, report says

06 December 2017

How the situation at U.C.L.A. will affect Lonzo Ball, a rookie guard for the Los Angeles Lakers, is unknown, but as recently as last night he had been telling reporters that the drama around him was beginning to die down. Ball was one of the three players arrested for shoplifting in China on a team trip overseas.

"I'm going to make him way better for the draft than UCLA ever could have", LaVar said.

"I haven't told any of those guys,"Lavar told ESPN. It's a privacy concern".

Ball on CNN's "New Day" said Tuesday he sent the president three pairs of red, white and blue shoes to "show him that we're patriotic", but he "didn't get a thank you". "He should have them - unless they took "em!"

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LaVar Ball confirmed to ESPN on Monday that he had removed his son from the university.

Ball went on to explain that he felt the players were being excessively punished for something China had already "forgiven". We got to serve some more punishment!? Trump then tweeted he "should have left them in jail".

LaVar Ball told ESPN that he has pulled his son LiAngelo out of UCLA.

"We respect the decision he and his family have made, and we wish him all the best in the future", Alford said in the statement.

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Following their arrival back in the United States, UCLA proceeded to suspend all three players indefinitely. While he did not record any points or rebounds, Ball did register one significant steal. However, Ball has maintained that his son's lapse in judgment "ain't that big a deal".

Ball added that the president is singing "thank you, thank you" while wearing the shoes.

LaVar Ball questioned why his son was being punished more harshly in the USA when China had already "forgiven" the players. As LaVar Ball weighs options for his middle son, it's safe to say that a jump to the National Basketball Association shouldn't be one of them. "He's out of there".

LiAngelo Ball's college career - at least for the 2017 school year - would have been on hold anyway. Ball's youngest son, LaMelo, who is slated to follow his two older brothers to UCLA, was yanked out of Chino Hills High School so LaVar Ball can homeschool him. "We only went to UCLA one and done". That may be a problem.

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There are questions about whether LaMelo would even be eligible, because he has his own signature shoe as part of the family's Big Baller Brand.

LiAngelo, LaMelo Ball explore playing professionally overseas, report says