LiAngelo, LaMelo Ball Agree To One-Year Contract With Lithuanian Team

LiAngelo, LaMelo Ball Agree To One-Year Contract With Lithuanian Team

LaMelo and LiAngelo Ball are heading to Lithuania, after signing one-year deals to play professionally for the Lithuanian club Prienu Vytautas on Monday, according to multiple reports. Though LaMelo was committed to UCLA, LaVar did not seem concerned about preserving his youngest son's amateur status anyhow, which made it potentially unlikely for him to eventually have a college career.

Of the two brothers, LaMelo is considered the player with the most upside while LiAngelo was always viewed as an athlete who would need several years of college ball to be considered in the National Basketball Association.

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The brothers hired Harrison Gaines as an agent and shared a photo on Instagram signing the contract to play overseas.

LaMelo, meanwhile, was pulled out of high school by his father in October. It does have a club in the lower-level Baltic League, though, and there have reportedly been discussions over giving LiAngelo and LaMelo between 20 and 25 minutes per game in that league.

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LiAngelo did not appear in a game for the Bruins this season before leaving school.

The team is 4-1 in the Baltic League, its lone loss coming on a forfeiture. Tickets cost around 5 euros. He believes that all three of sons will eventually play for their hometown team, L.A. Lakers. The team, which finished sixth in the Lithuanian league a season ago, is in serious financial trouble, struggling to pay players and unable to pay for practice time, which explains why they added two American teenagers with a massive following who apparently won't even play very much.

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