LaMelo ball may no longer be in high school since his dad pulled him out to work on his game, but it’s clear he’s still on an upward trajectory when it comes to his hoops education. The Ball family youngster showed he can get way up at an NBA All-Star level with a (shirtless) windmill […]
Looks like LaVar's homeschooling is already paying off -- 'cause LaMelo Ball is suddenly crammin' home windmill dunks!! And throwin' shade at his former high school -- saying they're gonna suck now that he's gone. In the video...…
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LaVar Ball is bringing in the best private tutors he can find to educate his 16-year-old son LaMelo Ball after pulling him out of high school... TMZ Sports has learned. We spoke with a rep for the Ball family who tells us LaMelo's…
High school or no high school, LaMelo Ball is gonna kill it for UCLA -- so says Bruin legend Tracy Murray ... who tells TMZ Sports it's still all about Ball in Westwood. We talked to Murray, a 2-time All-Pac-10 player for UCLA and current…
SportsPulse: LaVar Ball has decided to pull his youngest son, LaMelo, from his Chino Hills (Calif.) high school to have him home-schooled. USA TODAY Sports' Trysta Krick breaks down LaVar's qualifications as an educator.
Yanking LaMelo Ball outta high school was "the smartest move in the world," so says John Salley, who praises LaVar as a visionary who knows how to make great athletes. "Smartest people in the world are homeschooled," Salley tells T...
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LaMelo Ball, the youngest and most eye-catching Ball brother, will forego his final two years of high school at Chino Hills High in favor of home-schooling and focusing on his training, according to his father LaVar. Mark Cuban lentShow More Summary
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Latest antic may be most dangerous yet as Ball pulls youngest son LaMelo out of high school.
On Tuesday, it was reported that LaVar Ball would be pulling his youngest son, LaMelo Ball, out of Chino Hills High School to home-school him for the next two years. “The 16-year-old junior at Chino Hills will be home-schooled and not play for any team, his father, LaVar Ball, said Monday in a phone call. […]
Tim Tebow, Serena Williams and Sacramento Kings rookie Justin Jackson are a few examples of home schooled athletes. Chino Hills High School had become synonymous with the Ball family in recent years. Brothers Lonzo, LiAngelo and LaMelo...Show More Summary
LaVar Ball Is Pulling His Son Out Of School To Train Him LaMelo Ball, the youngest of the Ball family who have starred at Chino Hills in California, is leaving the school, according to his father. LaVar Ball told ESPN
Good morning. We have that and more in Tuesday’s NBA newsletter. LaVar Ball declared on Monday that he will pull his son LaMelo Ball, a junior, out of Chino Hills High School, where he and his brothers have become legends for their style of play. Show More Summary
LaVar Ball announced he's pulling his youngest son LaMelo out of high school to home-school and train him for the next two years before going to UCLA.
Removing LaMelo Ball from high school is the type of thing that could backfire
LaVar Ball said he is pulling his youngest son, LaMelo, a junior at Chino Hills High School, out of school and will home-school him for the next two years. Shortly after Ball’s decision hit the internet, many were quick to react with a joke, past remarks from LaVar and more. Hello class and welcome to […]
LaVar Ball has always had strong feelings about how the basketball careers of his sons should go, and in the case of Lonzo Ball becoming a member of the Lakers, he was correct about how it would go. It remains to be seen how the outspoken patriarch’s youngest son fares, but LaMelo Ball’s high school […]