Published: Thu, December 07, 2017
Sport | By Gary Shelton

LaMelo and LiAngelo Ball hire an agent, could play together overseas

LaMelo and LiAngelo Ball hire an agent, could play together overseas

'I want them to go somewhere where they will play them together on the court at the same time.

"I don't care about the money", LaVar said. However, the elder Ball told ESPN that won't be the case.

LaVar Ball said Gaines has been dealing with various overseas clubs about LiAngelo and LaMelo.

LiAngelo, who was a freshman at UCLA this year, is in the process of leaving the school at his father's request.

LaMelo Ball had also previously withdrawn from Chino Hills High School in October, which would have been his junior season.

After it was announced Monday that LaVar Ball is pulling son LiAngelo out of UCLA because he's unhappy with the basketball team's indefinite suspension of the guard following his shoplifting arrest in China, people wondered if the controversial hoops dad's youngest son, LaMelo, was going to honor his commitment to UCLA. He also suggested that UCLA shared some of the responsibility for the shoplifting incident, considering they let the players have some free time while in China.

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'He's not on any of our scouting lists - even the extended lists, ' one National Basketball Association general manager told Wojnarowski.

Well, that didn't take long at all.

LaMelo's NCAA eligibility was already uncertain after LaVar decided to make a signature shoe for his youngest son with the his athletic apparel company, Big Baller Brand.

It was unlikely that LiAngelo Ball would have played much this season - he was already going to come off the bench - and LaMelo Ball is still a major question mark.

Teams in Europe and Asia have expressed interest in the brothers, according to ESPN. Because they've retained professional representation, they will not be allowed to play college basketball.

"If they are over there, I wish them the best", Ball said.

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