On Sunday, Big Baller Brand had a pop-up shop in New York and to say fans were excited would be a gross understatement. Here’s LaVar, LiAngelo, and LaMelo arriving on the scene. LaVar Ball arrives at the Big Baller Brand pop-up shop in New York and receives a hero’s welcome. pic.twitter.com/6BzVt8UzbC — Chris Martin […]
Metta World Peace says everyone freakin' out over LaVar Ball having his sons, LiAngelo and LaMelo, ditch UCLA should chill... 'cause higher education ain't a slam dunk for everyone. "There's so many things you can do... college is a small part of…
LOS ANGELES (AP) -- The Ball family's brief association with college basketball is over. According to LaVar Ball, his younger sons LiAngelo and LaMelo have signed with an agent, ensuring neither will play in the college ranks. The elder...Show More Summary
Under the expert tutelage of their star-maker father, I cannot wait to see LiAngelo and LaMelo Ball when they turn pro. Hopefully they will remember to hold the onions on my Big Mac. Mike Gamboa Buena Park :: Now that LiAngelo Ball has been pulled out of UCLA by his shy and demure father LaVar...
LiAngelo and LaMelo Ball have signed with Lonzo's agent and have thus forfeited their high school and collegiate eligibility
LaVar pulled LiAngelo out of U.C.L.A. earlier this week.
The two youngest Ball brothers will play professionally overseas, LaVar Ball said
LaVar Ball announced on Thursday that his two youngest sons, LiAngelo and LaMelo, will be signing with their older brother Lonzo’s agent.
What has been presumed for months is official now. LaMelo Ball will officially not follow his brothers Lonzo and LiAngelo to UCLA. LaMelo and LiAngelo hired agent Harrison Gaines, officially ending their NCAA eligibility. Gaines also represents Lonzo, the Lakers point guard. The family is looking...
If there was any doubt about the intentions of LaMelo and LiAngelo Ball after they were taken out of school, it was all made clear when they signed with agent Harrison Gaines, who is also Lonzo Ball’s agent, according to ESPN’s Jeff Goodman. LaMelo, who is 16-years-old, will no longer be eligible to play in the NCAA […]
Former Chino Hills High guard LaMelo Ball has signed with an agent, according to ESPN, ending his chances at playing for UCLA.
LiAngelo and LaMelo Ball have signed with agent Harrison Gaines, their father, LaVar Ball, told ESPN. Ball wants both sons to play on the same team overseas.
LiAngelo and LaMelo Ball both signed agents, meaning any chance they return to UCLA is now zero. LaMelo and LiAngelo Ball both signed with an agent on Thursday, according to ESPN’s Jeff Goodman, which officially means they will not play basketball at UCLA or any other college program. Show More Summary
Maybe this will get LaVar overseas for awhile.
16-year-old LaMelo Ball has signed with sports agent Harrison Gaines and will NOT play college ball at UCLA, his father told ESPN. LaVar Ball had pulled LaMelo out of Chino Hills High School earlier this year and said he was going to train the…
LiAngelo and LaMelo Ball has signed with Lonzo’s agent and have thus forfeited their high school and collegiate eligibility, the father of the three, LaVar Ball, told ESPN on Thursday. That puts an official end to the possibility of LaMelo playing college ball, something that seemed unlikely after LaMelo was pulled out of Chino Hill
The brothers have signed with Lonzo's agent Harrison Gaines. The post LaMelo, LiAngelo Ball Sign With Agent, Will Play Overseas appeared first on SLAMonline.
LaMelo Ball at UCLA looks to be impossible.
Back in October, LaVar Ball announced he was pulling his youngest son LaMelo Ball, a rising junior who had played for Chino Hills, out of school with the intention of home-schooling and training the UCLA commit for the next two years. LaVar famously clashed with former Chino Hills coach Stephan Gilling and the same continued […]