LiAngelo, LaVar Ball Explain UCLA Withdrawal, China Arrest On 'TODAY'

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LiAngelo is the middle child of Ball's three sons. LaVar pulled him from Chino Hills High School before the academic year to home-school him with "no distractions".

LiAngelo was a freshman with the Bruins but was indefinitely suspended by the team after a shoplifting incident in China along with teammates Cody Riley and Jalen Hill, an event that not only brought embarrassment to the school but was in direct violation of the university's student code of conduct against theft.

Ball told ESPN he hasn't decided where LiAngelo will play this season. He'd be unable to enroll and play immediately for any NCAA Division I program, although there would have been at least the possibility he could catch on at a lower-level program, like an NAIA school.

Trump then said he should have left the players in jail and called LaVar "an ungrateful fool".

"It was terrible", he said. "They take your clothes. It's just you and the officers and they don't speak English". Asked about the chaos surrounding him and his brother's legal situation, Lonzo Ball said: "Yeah, it is definitely calming down, given that it happened two weeks ago". "We respect the decision he and his family have made, and we wish him all the best in the future".

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Alford indicated last week that he expected the fate of the three suspended players to be resolved in the near term. "And if they did it, genuinely, do you really need to come up to me and say, 'Boy, you better thank me?'" LaVar Ball said.

"We get back over here and the consequences were even stiffer than China". We apologized. But it's a long process for him. His brother Lonzo played one season with the Bruins before being drafted No. 2 by the Lakers.

The players are allowed to use athletic facilities, including the weight room, but aren't working directly with the coaching staff, he said. Like I told him, "They try to make a big deal out of nothing sometimes". "It was just a conversation we had, and that was it". "I didn't realize till I got back to the hotel-'that was stupid'".

The most light-hearted news Ball made on the day was that he actually followed through and sent the president of the United States, Donald Trump, a pair of Big Baller Brand shoes, the Los Angeles Times reports.