LaMelo Ball Rumors

Ball also said he had no reaction to comments made by his father, LaVar, that detailed a plan in which the point guard will not re-sign with the Lakers when his rookie contract is up unless the Lakers eventually sign his two brothers, LiAngelo and LaMelo. Ball reiterated that he just sticks to playing basketball no matter what headlines his father creates. “I did [see it],” Ball said when asked about LaVar’s comments to a Lithuanian reporter. “No reaction [to it]. Like I said, I always just play. He always talks. It’s always been the same way.”
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LaVar Ball: I want all my three boys to play for the Lakers. But if that does not happen. I’m telling you the story what’s gonna happen first. If they don’t take Gelo this year, I bring back Gelo here (Prienai) to play with Melo for two years. Lonzo will be on his third year and I want let every NBA team know. that Lonzo is not going to resign with the Lakers but will go to any leans that will take all of my three lboys. That’s my plan. Lonzo plays best when he is with his brother. Why wouldn’t — he is hell of a shooter. They don’t play the same position. You see how successful he was when he was with his brother? Why wouldn’t you be smart and say: so, you want your brother? Come on. let’s complete the Royal Flush and get the other brother.
LaVar Ball: We don’t have to go any draft. Just sips hiss in a free agency. You don’t have to give Gelo 15M. Give my million for three years. we’ll take it. Cause they snake so much money off the court. they loose spare change. So now you win championship after championship on fact that my boys will never leave. That’s what I mean championship. championship. championship. You got to keep the team together for a long time. but you can’t because more money is offered. that’s why guys jumping between the teams. But what’s better than three Ball boys together? The Big Three. The original Big Three.
LaVar called in from Prienai on Monday morning to reveal that he’s no longer speaking to ESPN reporters—namely, Jeff Goodman and Ramona Shelburne—and that the Triple B’s will be co-branding with a Lithuanian company on some high-quality hydration soon. “I sent Jeff Goodman home early,” Ball said, per audio provided by the Big Lead’s Ryan Glasspiegel. “Otherwise he would have still been out here. But how are you going to be out here if I won’t interview with you no more? You got to come home.”
LaVar called Goodman “sheisty” for sneaking in questions about Los Angeles Lakers rookie Lonzo Ball when the two were scheduled to sit down and chat about Gelo and Melo earlier this month. That interview spawned the Ballfather’s now-infamous comments about Luke Walton having “lost” his team, along with the ensuing firestorm. LaVar revealed that Goodman had tried to go around him and talk to his brother, LaValle, who has been with the Ball family throughout its stay in Lithuania.