LaVar Ball Posts Animated Video of Him Dunking on Donald Trump

LaVar Ball Posts Animated Video of Him Dunking on Donald Trump

LaVar Ball Posts Animated Video of Him Dunking on Donald Trump

The middle son, LiAngelo, was involved in a highly publicized incident in China that resulted in the arrest of three UCLA players for theft from a handful of high-end stores during the UCLA men's basketball team's trip overseas for a game.

Ball will sign with the same agent as his old brother, Lakers guard and former UCLA standout Lonzo Ball.

"I don't care about the money", LaVar Ball told ESPN on Thursday. "I don't know the deals and who is offering what", he added.

Further forgoing their college eligibility, LaVar said that both LiAngelo and LaMelo have signed with agent Harrison Gaines, with sources telling ESPN that the Ball sons already have interest from several teams in Asia and Europe.

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LaMelo Ball withdrew from Chino Hills (Calif.) High early in his junior season. "I just need to get them playing again". LaVar Ball is all about teaching his kids, 'if you don't get your way, quit.

LaVar's decision to hire an agent ends any chance of LaMelo (who's now ranked No. 7 nationally in ESPN's class of 2019 high school recruiting rankings) playing college basketball.

Considered the lowest-rated recruit of UCLA's freshman class, the 6ft5 LiAngelo was given three out of five stars on ESPN's college basketball recruiting page, which criticized his lack of lateral quickness and overall defense. Playing overseas may be the only professional option for the younger Ball brothers. As for LiAngelo, that's no longer the case.

In the span of about 10 months, LaVar Ball went from just an outlandish basketball parent to, well, an outlandish basketball parent who feuded with the president of the United States. It's a future that has nearly certainly been made more unlikely by this move.

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