LaMelo, LiAngelo Ball Sign With Agent, Will Play Overseas

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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.

It was unlikely that LiAngelo Ball would have played much this season - he was already going to come off the bench - and LaMelo Ball is still a major question mark.

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

LaVar Ball's middle son, LiAngelo, withdrew from UCLA earlier this week, about a month after he and two teammates caused an global stir by getting arrested on shoplifting charges during a team trip to China. According to ESPN, the plan is now for both to play on the same team overseas. Playing overseas may be the only professional option for the younger Ball brothers. "I want them to go somewhere where they will play them together on the court at the same time". Though LaVar Ball initially said his youngest son, LiAngelo, a ballyhooed high school junior, would play collegiate basketball despite his brother's fractured relationship with the Bruins, this news forfeits his NCAA eligibility.

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UCLA suspended LiAngelo Ball indefinitely after the shoplifting arrest, even though the charges were dropped.

Neither LiAngelo nor LaMelo are projected to be as good as Lonzo, who was selected in the first round of the NBA Draft by the Lakers after a standout freshman season at UCLA.

"One day after he abruptly removed his middle son from UCLA, LaVar Ball began his quest to prepare LiAngelo for next year's National Basketball Association draft".

A professional team in Lithuania has offered the Ball Brothers a job, but not the one they are looking for.

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