LaVar Ball Pulls LiAngelo From UCLA Following Suspension Over China Incident

LaVar Ball Pulls LiAngelo From UCLA Following Suspension Over China Incident

LaVar Ball Pulls LiAngelo From UCLA Following Suspension Over China Incident

LiAngelo Ball, on "Today" LiAngelo and his two teammates were eventually released from custody, thanks in large part to President Trump, who happened to be on a state visit in China when the incident occurred.

LiAngelo joined his outspoken father for the interview.

UCLA basketball coach Steve Alford announced last month that the trio would be suspended indefinitely. They are barred from all team activities.

As far as his son's indefinite suspension at UCLA, Ball continues to think the global incident should have been dismissed as an adolescent mistake and his son is being unfairly penalized for a momentary lapse in judgment.

However, he added, "I ain't going to stress it out". "Watch how I do this". "All these boys are going to be on the Lakers", he said of his three sons, the last of whom is in high school.

LiAngelo is the middle child of Ball's three sons. Ball explained that he pulled his son off the team because the punishment had already gone on long enough and it wasn't clear when his son would be able to play again. And then you just sit in a cement cell for however long. 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.

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"It was awful", he said.

"They had him there just to use the Ball family name".

"I even sent him a pair-the ZO2s, come on now", Ball said.

"We respect the decision he and his family have made, and we wish him all the best in the future", Alford said in the statement. They take your shoestrings.

"We get back over here and the consequences were even stiffer than China". We apologized. What is the long process for? "We only went to UCLA - one and done - to play basketball". "That's the punishment they gave him, now we over here. It was just a conversation we had, and that was it". They were quickly released and allowed to return to the U.S.

The men's exchanges escalated from there, with Trump calling Ball "an ungrateful fool". After Trump requested a "thank you" from LaVar, the patriarch of the Ball family declined to do so - but did send the USA president three pairs of his Big Baller Brand shoes.

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