LiAngelo Ball declares for 2018 National Basketball Association draft

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Ball has played professionally with Lithuanian team Vytautas Prienu since parting with UCLA in December after a shoplifting scandal in China.

Just hours after it was announced that LiAngelo Ball would be entering the 2018 NBA Draft, he went out and dropped 72 points during a game in Lithuania. For anyone to think that LiAngelo Ball, whose only independent choice to this point in his life has been to steal a pair of Louis Vuitton sunglasses, is beyond ludicrous.

LiAngelo Ball 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.

Aaron Holiday tweeted Monday night that he has declared for the upcoming 2018 NBA Draft.

"I told my boys that one of them wasn't going to make it". LiAngelo's older brother, Lonzo, was the No. 2 pick in the 2017 NBA Draft and is playing for the Los Angeles Lakers.

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LiAngelo Ball, a 6'5 guard, is the younger brother of Lonzo Ball.

Roach averaged 12.3 points and 3.7 rebounds this season and often guarded the opponent's best perimeter player.

The member of the Ball family with the best chance of making it to the National Basketball Association next is the youngest, LaMelo Ball.

Whereas Lonzo was an elite recruit out of Southern California's Chino Hills High and LaMelo famously scored 92 points in a single high school game, LiAngelo was given just three out of five stars by 247Sports, which ranked the 6ft5 forward as the 226th-rated player in his graduating class.

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