NINETY-TWO, including 41 points in the fourth quarter alone. He converted on 30 of his 39 attempts from inside the arc, and went 37 for 61 overall (61%) — including seven 3-pointers, to go along with 7 assists. Only a sophomore, the youngest of the Ball Brothers has been putting the HS scene on notice this season while his older brother, UCLA PG star Lonzo, continues to make a case for the No. 1 pick in this spring’s NBA Draft. Ball Brothers runnin’ ish these days, if you haven’t notice yet. No other words necessary. Peep video above for highlights of the historic performance.

We discussed LaMelo’s unbelievable night and what the future holds for the youngest Ball Brother on the latest episode of the Respect the Game Podcast:

We also spent Christmas Day with the Ball family to see how they celebrate the holidays: