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LaVar takes his ball boys and goes home from Lithuania



LaVar Ball has been out of the news for some time and has not argued with a coach of his son for some time, making today's news about the world's most famous sport dad too predictable.

You will be shocked to learn how LaVar Ball is withdrawing his sons LaMelo and LiAngelo from their Lithuanian pro team over LiAngelo's game over a dispute with BC Vytautas Prienais coach Virginijus Seskus, said Lithuanian basketball and ball family reporter Donatas Urbonas

This is directly from LaVar's book. He publicly questioned his sons' high school, college and professional coaches, hauled LaMelo out of Chino Hills High in October, summoned LiAngelo from UCLA in December (three weeks after he was arrested for shoplifting in China) and informed ESPN January that his son Lonzo and the Los Angeles Lakers "do not want to play for coach Luke Walton".

This is either a publicity stunt, just quitting or both. Vytautas (8-24), who finished last in the Lithuanian basketball league and faces relegation to the country's second division league, has two more games under his belt this weekend. The Balls signed one-year deals with contract warrants in December, which were taken over for the rest of the season in February.

LiAngelo, 19, scored an average of 12.6 points to 42.5 percent and 2.9 rebounds in 21.7 minutes per game, mostly from the bank, over 14 appearances for Vytautas, according to RealGM.com. He reportedly fought an ankle injury. The 16-year-old LaMelo has now appeared in just eight games, averaging 6.5 points in 26.8 percent shootings and 2.4 minutes in 12.8 minutes per RealGM database.

LiAngelo declared for the 2018 NBA Draft in March, but he is unlikely to be drafted, despite his father's dream of all three sons playing for the Lakers in 2020. If LiAngelo is not drafted, LaVar will make news with the next team of his two younger sons and a feud with the next coach will surely follow.

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