LiAngelo Ball, LaVar's middle son, to declare for National Basketball Association draft

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Another brother from the infamous Ball family is apparently ready to try his hand at the National Basketball Association. LaVar Ball eventually pulled his son from UCLA and eventually placed on a Lithuanian professional team, Vytautas Prienu, with his younger brother, LaMelo, whom LaVar pulled from high school.

LiAngelo Ball believes he's ready for the big time.

LiAngelo will work out for several NBA teams and take part in the Pro Basketball Combine at IMG Academy in Florida in May, according to his agent.

LiAngelo has played well in Lithuania, averaging a league-leading 15.7 points while making an impressive 45 percent of his three-point attempts in nine first-division games.

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The Missouri freshman will declare for the NBA Draft, where he is expected to be a top-five pick, it was announced Monday.

NBADraft.net has him going unpicked this June and LiAngelo is not among the 150 players ranked in ESPN's NBA Draft coverage. As the UCLA basketball team went on a promotional trip to China, Gelo and two of his teammates were arrested for shoplifting, which garnered worldwide headlines. "Because if you've got three, only one, maybe two make it to the NBA", Lavar had told the magazine.

LiAngelo looks to join his brother, Lonzo Ball, the 20-year-old rookie guard on the Lakers.

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