09 December, 2017
LaMelo Ball, the youngest of the three Ball brothers who is committed to UCLA for the 2019 class, has signed with an agent, his father LaVar told ESPN, officially ending his chances to play college basketball. Lavar Ball said he is not concerned with the money, but wants his sons to be playing basketball again - on the same team and on the court at the same time.
The idea of signing both the less-heralded LiAngelo and LaMelo could intrigue a team either in Europe or China, given that LaMelo is only high school age and is the 17th-ranked prospect in the U.S.in the 2019 Rivals 150.
Morgan Stanley Fires Former Dem Rep. Harold Ford Jr
The firing comes as companies, lawmakers, and politicians grapple with a string of allegations against prominent men. Ford served in the House of Representatives for a decade before running unsuccessfully for the U.S.
US Ends Participation in the Global Compact on Migration
The UN General Assembly president expressed regret at the USA decision, saying no one nation can manage global migration alone. More recently, America pulled out of the Paris-based culture and education body, UNESCO , accusing it of "anti-Israel bias".
Expect 'Difficult' Argentina In World Cup, Rohr Warns Eagles
They are a good team, they are strong physically and they have the best fans in Europe. "I hope we keep on making people happy". Nigeria's first game is against Croatia on June 16 in Kaliningrad before facing debutants Iceland in Volgograd on June 22.
Just a few days ago, the elder Ball claimed that his youngest son LaMelo would still go to UCLA after removing LiAngelo.
"I don't know the deals and who is offering what", Ball told ESPN. Lonzo Ball has always been the best prospect of the three brothers, and UCLA received a stellar freshman year from him.
"If you're looking for one word I'd go with 'surprised, ' because it's nothing that we saw coming", Bruins men's basketball coach Steve Alford told The Los Angeles Times of LaMelo's move to withdraw his commitment to the program.
But with or without a political response, when the reaction to the gif is paired with Lonzo's game-winning play in the latest Lakers' victory; it is clear to see that the Ball family took home two W's yesterday.