LiAngelo Ball Leaves UCLA without Having Played a Game

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LiAngelo Ball Leaves UCLA without Having Played a Game

LiAngelo Ball Leaves UCLA without Having Played a Game

The Liangelo Ball has withdrawn from the UCLA men’s basketball team on the request of his father, LaVar, according to the TV reports. “We are exploring other options with Gelo,” LaVar Ball told the reporter Jeff Goodman that “He’s out of there.” LiAngelo Ball, 18, was in his freshman year but did not play a match for the Bruins. He was one of the three players suspended indefinitely after being arrested for shoplifting on a trip to the country China before the team’s season opener against the team Georgia Tech. The LiAngelo is the brother of Los Angeles Lakers rookie Lonzo Ball, who played just one season at UCLA before declaring for the NBA draft. LaVar Ball also pulled his youngest son, LaMelo, out of Chino Hills High School in favor of home-schooling him for the final two years before college. LaMelo spent much of his summer playing for the Big Ballers AAU basketball team, which is coached by LaVar. LaMelo is committed to UCLA as part of the 2019 class. The news comes on the same day that ESPN reported that the Los Angeles Lakers have implemented a post-game policy that prohibits media members to interview guests or family members of players after games.

According to reports “management is going to make him way better for the draft [than] UCLA ever could have. Ball also told to the Jeff Goodman of ESPN that the LiAngelo will not transfer to another school.

LiAngelo Ball Leaves UCLA without Having Played a Game

According to the news now the plan is to get Gelo ready for the NBA Draft,” Ball told Goodman. ESPN’s Adrian Wojnarowski painted a bleak picture for LiAngelo’s future: LiAngelo Ball’s career at UCLA is over before he even played a single game. The freshman plans to draw from the university and will not play for the basketball team, reportedly because of the LaVar Ball’s displeasure with the suspension his son was given for shoplifting in the China. LaVar also spoke to Eric Sondheimer and Ben Bolch of the Los Angeles Times, ripping the coaching staff for its handling of LiAngelo after his arrest.

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The LaVar have noted the team took away LiAngelo’s locker and meal card.

“My boy is loyal to me,” Ball said. “I tried to let UCLA deal with the process and he should have been playing the next week.”

LiAngelo Ball Leaves UCLA without Having Played a Game

The Sondheimer have said that the bottom of the story is that LaVar was “not willing to wait for two months for the LiAngelo to play and he didn’t like him coming off the bench at UCLA. The ” Markazi noted there are “serious questions” about LaMelo’s eligibility as he has his own Big Baller Brand shoe and is helping LaVar with promotion.

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“We learned today of LiAngelo Ball’s intention to withdraw from UCLA,” head coach Steve Alford said in a statement Monday, via CNN. “We have respected the outcome he and his family have made, and we wish them all the best in the future for him and family.”

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