The younger Ball, along with freshmen Jalen Hill and Cody Riley, have been barred from all team activities as part of their suspension for shoplifting from three high-end stores last month when UCLA opened its season overseas. The charges were eventually dropped, but not before the worldwide incident made headlines when President Donald Trump tweeted that he helped free the players, which the elder Ball disputed.
LaVar Ball reportedly considered LiAngelo's suspension unfair after the charges against him and the others were dropped.
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"We are exploring other options with 'Gelo", said LaVar, according to Jeff Goodman of ESPN. "He's out of there".
As first reported by TMZ, the eldest Ball is removing his middle son, LiAngelo, from UCLA.
While Ball made it clear in his public remarks following his return to the United States that he was grateful for the president's assistance, the situation escalated when LaVar Ball publicly questioned how much help the president had actually delivered. But a school might be willing to take a chance on him, though it's doubtful that it will be a program as prestigious as UCLA. "They didn't tell me anything, so why am I gonna tell them". LiAngelo was a student and athlete at UCLA. The three players, along with head coach Steve Alford and Athletic Director Dan Guerrero, held a joint press conference November 15 in which they read prepared statements.