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If continues to have good showings against teams, even if they are inferior, it would not make sense for people to continue completely ignoring him. His second son is ready for his opportunity to get drafted.

LiAngelo Ball has submitted the early-entry paperwork to enter the 2018 NBA Draft, his agent, Harrison Gaines, told Yahoo Sports.

Out of the three Ball brothers, LiAngelo was looked at as the kid who wouldn't make it to the National Basketball Association, despite his talent getting him accepted into UCLA. Ball has shown a two-way ability because of his size, strength and 3-point shooting, and has already emerged as one of the team leaders and positive voices for Vytautas.

LiAngelo looks to join his brother, Lonzo Ball, the 20-year-old rookie guard on the Lakers. While he will be eligible for the draft, he can be selected by any National Basketball Association team if any team chooses to select him. Projecting how 19, 20, and 21-year-olds will react to a new style of play, new level of competition, and the need to develop into something more than what they now are.

The 6-foot-5 wing is averaging 15.7 points and 2.9 rebounds a game for Vytautas, while shooting 45 percent from the three-point line. He went to Chino Hills High School, where he averaged 30.3 points a game on the varsity team in his four years there.

LiAngelo Ball was embroiled in a shoplifting scandal in China previous year while on a trip with the Bruins.

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The former three-star recruit is not believed to be a major NBA Draft prospect.

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