A day after pulling LaMelo out of Chino Hills High School in favor of home schooling his youngest son, Lavar spoke to ESPN's Arash Markazi before his eldest son Lonzo's second National Basketball Association preseason game, predicting all three of his boys will play for the Los Angeles Lakers and bring a championship home. Now, he will have the next two years to train under his bombastic father and be homeschooled prior to heading off to college. "He's on track for UCLA, but he doesn't have to be dealing with those knuckleheads".
LaMelo is considered one of the nation's top high school recruits and has committed to play at UCLA, where his brother Lonzo played last season. Ball expanded on his reservations about the coach in a conversation with ESPN's Ramona Shelburne.
LaVar intends to check LaMelo out of Chino Hills on Tuesday. He also chastised the basketball coach and administration of Chino Hills High School in California.
Dennis Latimore took over as head coach of the Chino Hills High School earlier this year after the previous coach was sacked, who also had many run-ins with LaVar Ball over the course of his one-year career.
"It's good for Melo", his father said.
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Will he then get housed when he plays real games?
Today, LaMelo Ball becomes the 1st high school player ever to have his own signature shoe. I am disappointed it couldn't have worked better for LaMelo and the players. "It seems like anyone who's training over there that coach don't want him in the team".
Instead, LaMelo will be home-schooled and home-trained.
LaMelo will be unable to discover how to fit his game into the structure of a team setting, with the exception of the very haphazard approach taken by his summer team, Big Ballers.
Baik said, "In basketball terms, he's going to be fine".