LaVar Ball: Sons LiAngelo, LaMelo Have Signed with Agent

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"I don't know the deals and who is offering what", Ball said.

It was confirmed that LiAngelo Ball dropped out of UCLA on Monday.

LaVar Ball has a bigger plan for his sons and it does not include UCLA. LaVar has proclaimed that LiAngelo will enter the 2018 NBA Draft, so transferring to another school for next season was not an option.

Upon their arrival in Los Angeles, it was announced that all three would be suspended indefinitely by the School.

Unfortunately for LiAngelo, the National Basketball Association is not almost as high on his potential as his brothers'.

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LiAngelo, who was a freshman at UCLA this year, is in the process of leaving the school at his father's request. Lonzo Ball has always been the best prospect of the three brothers, and UCLA received a stellar freshman year from him. Despite the shoplifting incident, there is no legal reason that would stop the brothers from playing in China.

'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. His ability to play at UCLA was already in question due to his signature shoes, which might have violated the NCAA's policy on amateurism.

On Thursday, though, LaVar put that dilemma to rest. Just a few days ago, the elder Ball claimed that his youngest son LaMelo would still go to UCLA after removing LiAngelo. LaVar said his primary goal for his two sons is for them to go somewhere together where they can play and get back onto the court.

Sources told ESPN that the brothers are being considered by teams in Europe and Asia, where a few American high schoolers have previously gone to play professionally while preparing for the National Basketball Association draft.

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