LiAngelo, LaMelo Ball turn pro with club team in Lithuania

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Following LiAngelo Ball's decision to leave UCLA last week, it was expected that both he and young brother LaMelo would try to play in an global league in the near future.

The team's best player now is likely the coach's son, Edvinas Seskus, who was considered a huge prospect as a teenager but didn't develop as expected, partially due to injuries.

According to the report, LiAngelo Ball, 19, and LaMelo Ball, 16, were discussing contracts with team Prienu Vytautas in the Lithuanian league.

Despite his unconventional shooting technique, the 16-year-old is a budding shooter and has the potential to play in the National Basketball Association someday. Tickets cost around 5 euro.

Currently, the team's best player is likely the coach's son, Edvinas Seskus, who was considered a huge prospect as a teenager but didn't develop as expected, partially due to injuries.

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LaMelo, at 6-foot-3, has the shot making the ability to along with his creative ball handling abilities and a good distributor of the ball.

LaMelo has the potential to play in the National Basketball Association someday, especially if he were on a more traditional development path. But his shot selection is questionable and has struggled to impact the game.

Lithuania is a basketball-crazed country where players pride themselves on their advanced feel for the game and discipline.

Yahoo Sports pointed out that former Gonzaga star Kevin Pangos and two-year National Basketball Association veteran Brandon Davies now play for the Lithuanian league's top team, Zalgiris.

"Great fit in Lithuania", Jonas says.

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