LaVar said that his son LiAngelo Ball is not going to transfer schools this season, but will look at other playing options.
While TMZ has reported that LiAngelo is not yet officially withdrawn from the school, the basketball player is reportedly remaining home and will not be going back to the school. He also has a long history of trolling current and former National Basketball Association players, once saying he could beat Michael Jordan in 1-on-1 back in his heyday.
"We get back over here and the consequences were even stiffer than China".
It appears the main one of those options is to prepare the player for June's National Basketball Association draft. "We respect the decision he and his family have made, and we wish him all the best in the future", UCLA Coach Steve Alford said in a statement released by the university. All three players were allowed to return to the United States after President Donald Trump, who was already in Asia on a trip, spoke to President Xi Jinping of China about the incident.
His older brother, Lonzo, played one year at UCLA before declaring for the NBA Draft.
We're told LaVar believes the suspension was unfair, especially since the charges were dropped.
One NBA executive was rather blunt about the NBA prospects for Lonzo Ball's younger brother. Trump then stated that he didn't receive proper appreciation from LaVar Ball and later posted on Twitter: "I should have left them in jail!" LiAngelo was a student and athlete at UCLA.