Whether its Lonzo Ball's unbelievable court vision or LaVar's insane antics, the spotlight always seems to be shining on the L.A. family.
LaMelo is the most-popular high school basketball player in the country, with more than 2 million followers on Instagram.
Instead, LaMelo will be home-schooled and home-trained.
LaVar pulled LaMelo Ball from Chino Hills High School during his junior year, according to the Los Angeles Times' Eric Sondheimer.
LaMelo will be unable to discover how to fit his game into the structure of a team setting, with the exception of the very haphazard approach taken by his summer team, Big Ballers. "Less distractions. He just needs to focus".
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"I'm going to make him the best basketball player ever", LaVar said Monday. Before Lonzo, LiAngelo and LaMelo arrived, Chino Hills never was one of Southern California's elite's programs, nor did it play to standing-room-only crowds wherever it went.
That depends. Who does LaVar bring in to train LaMelo? Multiple compliance sources told Yahoo Sports in August that they believe LaVar may have rendered LaMelo ineligible to play in college when the Big Baller Brand released $395 signature shoes bearing his name. "He won't go to the NCAA".
The junior scored 92 points in a game with his high school team a year ago, and now, Chino Hills' basketball team is the number four high school team in the nation. Baik moved to Los Angeles Fairfax High last season; he said it was to cut down on the long commute from his home. Gilling had told For The Win's Andrew Joseph in March that LaVar had undermined his coaching at times by entering the locker room and offering instructions from the stands that contradicted what he instructed the team to do.
Whether or not LaVar is a good coach is not the question.
LaVar has notoriously butt heads with the coaching at Chino Hills, and according to ESPN's Ramona Shelburne, that's the reason he's pulling LaMelo out of high school.
USA Today also reports that Mr. Ball had a few concerns about his son's new coach, Dennis Latimore.