LiAngelo & LaMelo Ball To Play For Professional Lithuanian Team

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LiAngelo and LaMelo Ball, the middle and youngest children of LaVar Ball, have reportedly signed one-year contracts with a professional basketball team in Lithuania. TMZ writes that the team is “Prienu Vytautas,” which competes in the Lithuanian LKL league, which comprises 10 teams.

“Our club is excited for the arrival of LiAngelo and LaMelo Ball,” said the team in a statement. “We are committed to their long-term success and development as professional basketball players.”

The Vertical’s Shams Charania reports that the brothers will report to the club as early as next month. However, there are conflicting reports as to how much and for how long the Ball bros. will play with the team.

“The Ball brothers are not expected to see major playing time for Prienu Vytautas in the Lithuanian (LKL) league, but could be afforded an opportunity to develop in the Baltic (BBL) League, where the stakes are much lower,” wrote ESPN’s Jonathan Givony on Twitter.

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LaMelo was pulled out of high school earlier this season to train, while LiAngelo recently withdrew from UCLA after a controversial suspension stemming from a shoplifting debacle in China. Their older brother Lonzo is a point guard for the Los Angeles Lakers.