LiAngelo Ball declares for National Basketball Association draft

Wednesday, 28 Mar, 2018

Even at 19 years old, technically an adult age, LiAngelo is a child simply because daddy is making all the moves.

LiAngelo Ball's agent, Harrison Gaines, told Yahoo Sports Tuesday morning, that LiAngelo, 19, had submitted his early entry paperwork to enter the June draft.

Ball, a 6-foot-5 guard/forward, has established himself as a pro player this season in Lithuania. Lonzo Ball, the eldest brother, was selected No. 2 overall by the Los Angeles Lakers in 2017 and after one season at UCLA.

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"LiAngelo is expected to work out for several NBA teams when he returns from playing for Vytautas and will participate in the Pro Basketball Combine at IMG Academy (Florida) in May in front of team executives", writes Charania. It's worth noting that this was another "Big Baller Brand Challenge" game, meaning Ball and his Prienu Vytautas teammates were going up against Guangdong's youth team instead of their professional squad, but 72 points is still 72 points.

That being said, most analysts don't think LiAngelo will be drafted this summer. He went to Chino Hills High School, where he averaged 30.3 points a game on the varsity team in his four years there. His stock might have improved overseas, though, as he's averaged a league-leading 15.7 points while hitting 45 percent of his shots from 3-point range in nine first-division Lithuanian league games for Vytautas.

LaVar said he didn't expect LiAngelo to make it to the National Basketball Association, but is "going to be taken care of either way", financially.