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Lavar Ball Is Sliding Into High School Ballers’ DMs To Recruit Them For His Pro League

Lavar Ball Has Interesting Tactics For Recruiting Players In December, Lavar Ball revealed that he was going to start his own league–The Junior Basketball Association–for high school basketball players who don’t want to take part in the NCAA. Launching Junior
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