LaVar Ball pulled his youngest son LiAngelo, 16, from Chino Hills high school in October vowing to home school him and get him ready for UCLA, which was more than two years away. ESPN's Fran Fraschilla doesn't believe the Ball brothers will earn much money, if they make any at all. Rural-based Vytautas has teams in the Lithuanian League and the Baltic League, the latter of which is less competitive.
LiAngelo Ball is leaving UCLA for Lithuania
"They just gotta work hard". "We are committed to their long-term success and development as professional basketball players".
LiAngelo and LaMelo Ball are expected to join the club in early January and remain there until the end of the the season, according to The Associated Press. That included plenty of memes, GIFs and videos anticipating the clash between enigmatic Vytautas head coach Virginijus Seskus - known as the "LaVar Ball of Lithuania" - and the real Ball family.
ESPN suspends former National Football League players over sexual allegations
A spokesperson for The Ringer told NBC News: "These are very serious and disturbing allegations that we were made aware of today". The woman says she was also sexually harassed by other people at the network, and is claiming wrongful termination.
LaVar said he wants both sons to play in the National Basketball Association, and ideally, he wants the Los Angeles Lakers to draft them so they can play alongside their older brother Lonzo. He called the move an "experiment", but sounded hopeful that the teenage brothers "are good enough to play here". "The priority is for the boys to play on the same team".
One chided them on their athleticism.
Weather Authority Thursday Night Forecast : Light Showers to Continue into Friday
A fast-moving area of low pressure is bringing a bit of snow to the south side of the Cape as well as the Islands this morning. Next week there will be a warming trend with temperatures getting back towards 40 degrees by Monday afternoon.
Roy Moore Vs. Doug Jones: Polls Are Closing in Alabama Senate Race
Jones successfully fought to cobble together an unlikely coalition of African-Americans, liberal whites and moderate Republicans. About 10 percent of voters of decided in the last few days and they are choosing Moore (56 percent) over Jones (37 percent).