LaVar Ball Pulls LiAngelo From UCLA Following Suspension Over China Incident

LaVar Ball Pulls LiAngelo From UCLA Following Suspension Over China Incident

LaVar Ball Pulls LiAngelo From UCLA Following Suspension Over China Incident

In a surprising move, LaVar Ball has removed his son LiAngelo Ball from UCLA, according to an initial report from TMZ Sports.

"We are exploring other options with Gelo", the eldest Ball said. "He's out of there".

Share this article: LiAngelo Ball was one of three UCLA basketball team players held in a suspected shoplifting investigation in China. "So basically they're in jail here", he added.

It's doubtful that LiAngelo Ball can land a big contract in Europe, but there might be some teams willing to sign him.

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"He's not transferring to another school", he told ESPN.

LiAngelo Ball, 19, has remained suspended and has not played for UCLA, prompting LaVar Ball to announce his son would leave the university and seek to enter the National Basketball Association draft next June. "We respect the decision he and his family have made, and we wish him all the best in the future".

The charges against LiAngelo - and two other UCLA freshmen - were dropped, which is what reportedly has LaVar peeved over the suspension. His brother Lonzo played one season with the Bruins before being drafted No. 2 by the Lakers. But a school might be willing to take a chance on him, though it's doubtful that it will be a program as prestigious as UCLA. LiAngelo was a student and athlete at UCLA. "That's like telling the Clippers back in the day not to play JJ Redick", LaVar Ball said. The youngest Ball, LaMelo, probably won't be eligible for NCAA given that he already has his own signature shoe.

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