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LiAngelo Ball To Enter The 2018 NBA Draft

28 March, 2018, 01:26 | Author: Sylvester Abbott
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Lonzo is averaging just over 10 points, seven assists and seven rebounds a game for the Lakers.

Lonzo Ball's loud mouth father, LaVar, has stated multiple times that all of his three kids are going to be on the Lakers.

Even before he got in trouble at UCLA, LiAngelo wasn't considered a top prospect in this year's draft.

LiAngelo Ball has submitted the early-entry paperwork to enter the 2018 NBA Draft, his agent, Harrison Gaines, told Yahoo Sports.

But unlike Lonzo, who was picked second overall as a 19-year old in June of 2017, LiAngelo faces much tougher odds considering he never played a minute of college basketball. While he will be eligible for the draft, he can be selected by any National Basketball Association team if any team chooses to select him.

With the 72 points, LiAngelo matched his career-high effort as a senior at Chino Hills (Calif.). Projecting how 19, 20, and 21-year-olds will react to a new style of play, new level of competition, and the need to develop into something more than what they now are. LiAngelo wasn't close to being one of the best players on the UCLA team he would've played on had he not been busted for shoplifting in China.

In nine first-division Lithuanian League games with Vytautas Prienu, Ball averaged 15.7 points per game, including 45% shooting from three, according toCharania. That won't stop a G League team from picking him up, though; there's still hope for him. He was also named to the Pac-12's all-defensive team.



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