LiAngelo, LaMelo Ball want to play together overseas
Dec 06 2017 by Marjorie Miles
"We only went to UCLA - one and done - to play basketball". "I can't remember at this point because my whole attention has been on (next opponent) Montana, getting my team ready".
Alford did not know if LiAngelo Ball had officially withdrawn from UCLA. "I think they know what's right and what's wrong". "Why for? I didn't make that decision", he said. I'm here. I'm at Pauley every day. The other part of me thinks he is a insane dad who clearly loves his sons but does not know how to conduct his love for them in a socially acceptable way. "So yeah, there's definitely a disappointment that there's some finality to that".
"When you don't get to experience that, that's disappointing". Fellow freshmen Jalen Hill and Cody Riley were also arrested by Chinese authorities and remain suspended.
"It's not like we turned them loose to go across town". They were going to keep the best shooter on the team coming off the bench?
Alford indicated Tuesday that he expected the fate of the other two suspended players to be resolved in the near term. After being sent home from China, Riley, Hill and Ball held a press conference back on UCLA's campus.
LiAngelo told "Access Hollywood" in an interview aired Tuesday on the "Today" show that his UCLA suspension is "just a long time of doing nothing".
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"They take your clothes, you wear, like, whatever they have for you, a little jumpsuit or whatever, take your shoestrings and you just sit in a cement cell for however long. It's just you and all the officers, and they don't speak English".
While Ball and his teammates did thank President Trump for helping to get them out of trouble at their first press conference back in the US, his father LaVar declined to do so time and again, resulting in a well-documented back-and-forth.
Just recently, Ball's middle son, Liangelo, was the one that brought him into the national spotlight.
Now that LiAngelo is no longer a member of the UCLA basketball program, LaVar says that he is exploring overseas professional options for "Gelo" and his youngest son, LaMelo. This was supposed to be a three-season relationship, a Lonzo-LiAngelo-LaMelo succession of one-and-done, with LaVar shouting the entire time.
Earlier in the day Tuesday, LaVar Ball said in an interview on CNN that UCLA's coaches should shoulder some of the responsibility for the situation in China involving Ball and two other Bruins freshmen that blew up into an worldwide incident.
Trump, again emphasizing the serious of shoplifting, then called Ball "very ungrateful" in a tweet, saying "I should have left them in jail!" The men's exchanges escalated from there. This national story grew with the intervention of Trump and Liangelo's father.