Published: Wed, October 04, 2017
Medical | By Carla Vaughn

LaVar Ball Is Pulling His Son LaMelo Ball Out Of High School

LaVar Ball Is Pulling His Son LaMelo Ball Out Of High School

This time, it's newly appointed Chino Hills High School basketball coach Dennis Latimore. Without me training those players at my house.

Like his brothers, LaMelo has a commitment to UCLA.

LaMelo said he's not anxious about missing out on traditional high school life and not going to school with his friends.

LaVar Ball, the enthusiastic yet at-times abrasive father of Lakers rookie Lonzo Ball, is reportedly pulling his youngest son out of high school in order to homeschool and train him, as he continues to excel in the sport in his own right.

LaMelo's leaving will surely have significant effects on Southern Californian basketball, let alone Chino Hills. "So therefore I'm going to home school him and make him the best basketball player ever".

It's actually quite a surprise that Chino Hills didn't consider LaVar for the head basketball coaching job after he drove the last coach out.

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"It's a new coach and I don't like him one bit", LaVar said of Latimore. "Less distractions. He just needs to focus".

We hope that is not the case, but like with everything surrounding LaVar Ball, you can never tell what happens next. Multiple compliance sources told Yahoo Sports in August that they believe LaVar may have rendered LaMelo ineligible to play in college when the Big Baller Brand released $395 signature shoes bearing his name.

"I see him going to college, but we're going to see what goes on; his development and how everything goes, we'll see".

Two years ago with all three in the Chino Hills fold, the Huskies went 35-0 and finished No. 1 in 10 national polls.

Whether or not LaVar is a good coach is not the question.

According to BleacherReport.com, Ball's decision to pull his on from school stems from issues with the school's coaching staff.

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