LaVar Ball Removes His Son LiAngelo From UCLA

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Ball, freshmen Cody Riley and Jalen Hill were arrested while their team was in China for their season opener.

He even recently was on CNN, refusing to thank President Donald Trump for his involvement in releasing his son, LiAngelo Ball, from China.

"We are exploring other options with Gelo", the eldest Ball said.

LaVar Ball is taking the reins on his suspended son's basketball future.

According to ESPN, Big Baller Brand head honcho LaVar Ball pulled his middle child, LiAngelo, out of college.

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His older brother, Lonzo, played one year at UCLA before declaring for the NBA Draft. The Post's Tim Bontemps reported last month that, unlike his brother, Lakers guard Lonzo Ball, LiAngelo isn't viewed by scouts as a legitimate National Basketball Association prospect.

"I haven't told any of those guys,"Lavar told ESPN". Trump then stated that he didn't receive proper appreciation from LaVar Ball and later posted on Twitter: "I should have left them in jail!" All three players were apologetic for their actions.

The three haven't been allowed to play, practice or travel with the Bruins since. Although there are seemingly no hard feelings from the Ball family, they are no strangers to taking this course of action. They were going to keep the best shooter on the team coming off the bench? ESPN shortly thereafter confirmed the story by talking with LaVar.

"He's out of there", Ball told ESPN. The youngest Ball, LaMelo, probably won't be eligible for NCAA given that he already has his own signature shoe.

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