By now, you’ve probably heard all about how UCLA freshman star Lonzo Ball is making a strong case for the top pick in the 2017 NBA Draft and the comparisons to Jason Kidd, after his performance to start the season with the undefeated Bruins (who just knocked off the former No. 1 ranked team in the country Kentucky over the weekend). You’ve probably also heard that his younger brother, HS senior LiAngelo, who will be attending UCLA next year, is killing it in the HS scene — he was averaging over 50 points per game through there first three games of the season and dropped 72 points last week. But as if that wasn’t enough, there’s another Ball brother in the mix that’s also raising eyebrows. Meet LaMelo, the youngest of the Ball bros, who despite only being a 15-year-old HS sophomore is averaging over 30 points per game to start the season. Peep the video above from our friends at BallifLife to see him in action last week at the BattleZone tourney in California.
Youngest of the Ball Brothers, 15-Year-Old LaMelo, Is Averaging 30 PPG
Lonzo and LiAngelo aren’t the only ones killing it.
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