LiAngelo and LaMelo Ball sign with Lonzo's agent

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Players who have signed with agents are prohibited by the NCAA from playing college basketball, which means LiAngelo will be turning pro along with younger brother LaMelo, a top recruit who had previously declared his intention to follow his older brothers' lead and attend UCLA.

ESPN reports that multiple teams in Europe and Asia have expressed interest in bringing the younger Ball brothers aboard. Harrison Gaines, who represents Lonzo, will take on his two brothers, as well. "The priority is for the boys to play on the same team".

This news comes three days after LiAngelo withdrew from UCLA.

After pulling LaMelo out of Chino Hills High School early in his junior season, LaVar also pulled LiAngelo from UCLA following his displeasure with the school's handling of his son's suspension following his shoplifting incident in China.

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LiAngelo Ball is not considered an National Basketball Association prospect, but LaMelo Ball might be, depending on his development. Lonzo Ball has always been the best prospect of the three brothers, and UCLA received a stellar freshman year from him.

Neither LiAngelo nor LaMelo are projected to be as good as Lonzo, who was selected in the first round of the NBA Draft by the Lakers after a standout freshman season at UCLA. "I'm not going to say I know for a fact he couldn't defend at that level, but he has never had to do it before and his overall athletic profile doesn't bode well in the future". "I don't care about the money", father LaVar Ball told ESPN on Thursday morning. LaVar said his primary goal for his two sons is for them to go somewhere together where they can play and get back onto the court.

"I think it is a good decision", Lonzo Ball said.