LaVar Ball says he's going to home school his son LaMelo

Frederick Owens
October 4, 2017

Chino Hills' former Coach Steve Baik helped the school to its 35-0 record on a previous season before leaving for Fairfax.

In an interview with ESPN's Ramona Shelburne, LaVar said the issue at Chino Hills High School was his son's coach, who "has his own frame of mind".

Is this what's about to happen to me? .

LaVar's latest move - like nearly each of his past ones - leaves more questions than answers.

Latimore, a 6-foot-9, 238-pound forward, played two years at Arizona (2000-2003) before transferring and finishing his career under Brey at Notre Dame. Regardless of whether LaMelo successfully completes his high school graduation requirement, he'll only need to wait one year before entering his name into the 2020 NBA Draft.

LaMelo is already committed to the UCLA Bruins for the class of 2019, following in the footsteps of his brother LiAngelo, who is now a freshman, and his oldest brother Lonzo who was taken #2 overall by the Los Angeles Lakers after one season at UCLA.

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"The coach made a comment the other day". He has a vision for how his sons will blossom into National Basketball Association prospects and he's unafraid to go to war if the slightest detail isn't to his liking.

However, LaVar could end up training LaMelo for three years. LaVar has already insisted that all three of his boys will be one and done in college, yet most scouts view LiAngelo as a more marginal prospect who would be fortunate to crack UCLA's rotation as a freshman.

After the game, LaVar confronted the coach, demanding an explanation for his tactics.

Should UCLA be anxious about LaMelo's eligibility? "He said, 'all those 50 shots a game, that's going to stop.' So I'm like, 'Wow, '" LaVar said. LaMelo is the No. 17 player and No. 4 point guard in the Class of 2019, according to 247Sports.

LaVar will now homeschool LaMelo for his remaining two years of high school.

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