High School Baller Who Signed To UCLA As A FRESHMAN Casually Pulls Up From Half Court And Drills It
What were you doing when you were a freshman in high school? If you’re like me, you were probably trying to catch a peek of girls’ thongs in class and trying to grab the basketball net in gym class.
Well, Lamelo Ball is a bit different.
Before ever playing a high school basketball game, 13-year-old LaMelo Ball verbally committed to play at UCLA, where his two older brothers play. His older brothers Lonzo, a five-star Class of 2016 recruit, and LiAngelo, a three-star recruit in the 2017 class will be on Bruins’ head coach Steve Alford’s roster when LaMelo arrives.
Now a sophomore, LaMelo helped Chino Hills High School (Cali) win its 47th straight game on Monday night, and did so in flashy fashion. In the middle of the game, LaMelo pointed twice to the half court line to signal to the defender where he was going to pull from, and sunk it with ease.