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LaMelo & LiAngelo Ball Signed Professionally For HOW MUCH?!

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  1. there's like 10 NBA players who have younger brothers in the league curry, teague , holiday, Giannis , In all these cases there brothers worked there way up thru the DG league to the NBA roster I think liangelo will be like currys brother

  2. How can you say "he got the height and you cant teach that" when hes a 6'5 power forward/small forward who is slow? Liangelo has 0% chance at the NBA. He wasn't even projected to play much until his Jr. year @ UCLA.

  3. Gelo wasn’t even gonna start at UCLA. At least these dudes getting pro experience. Melo and Gelo are gonna get pro experience and get paid. Y’all saying euro ball isn’t good but Christap and many other came out of euro leagues so you can’t just shit on it like it doesn’t matter. LaVar had no choice with gelo and melo has a signature shoe so he wouldn’t even be eligible to play in the NCAA. He getting the bag for his kids instead of letting the NCAA exploit many kids and make money off them while they eat PB&J and get the education. LaVar Ball Dad of the year.

  4. Why is everyone freaking about about these two clowns going to a d2 league in Lithuania? If they are better than this than show it on the court and start dropping 20+ point games per game! Than we will talk about NBA…

  5. Lamelo's still gonna finish high school, he's just gonna be home schooled for the rest of it. And in my opinion, I think the level of play of pro ball overseas is comparable to college ball in the states so it's not a bad move at all.

  6. The other 2 Ucla players ended up getting suspended from the team for the year, so i feel like Lavar made the right move pulling him out. I would of tried to see if another college would take him, instead of going overseas.

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