LaVar Ball removes LiAngelo Ball from UCLA

LaVar Ball Removes LiAngelo from UCLA

LaVar Ball Removes LiAngelo from UCLA

"We are exploring other options with [LiAngelo Ball]", LaVar said.

LiAngelo wasn't an National Basketball Association prospect before his shoplifting arrest, and the baggage of an global incident obviously doesn't help his cause. He has a long way to go before the National Basketball Association is a reasonable option. And his latest move has him pulling another one of his sons from school.

As a result, the elder Ball has since chose to pull his son out of college.

"I haven't told any of those guys,"Lavar told ESPN".

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Share this article: LiAngelo Ball was one of three UCLA basketball team players held in a suspected shoplifting investigation in China.

LiAngelo Ball never played a regular-season game for the Bruins (7-1), who fell out of the Top 25 last week. "I tried to let UCLA deal with the process and he should have been playing the next week". The students were suspended indefinitely due to the incident.

Ball, Hill and Riley publicly apologized for their transgression while reading prepared statements at a campus news conference on November 15. The arrests became an even bigger story when President Donald Trump intervened on behalf of the players with Chinese president Xi Jinping and they were allowed to come home shortly thereafter.

While Ball made it clear in his public remarks following his return to the United States that he was grateful for the president's assistance, the situation escalated when LaVar Ball publicly questioned how much help the president had actually delivered. The men's exchanges escalated from there.

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