LaVar says his boys will only be in Lithuania for a hot minute.
LaVar Ball and his two youngest sons, 16-year old LaMelo and 19-year old LiAngelo, made their journey from Los Angeles to Lithuania yesterday afternoon, as the two embark on their professional basketball careers overseas.
Although, LaVar doesn't expect LaMelo and LiAngelo to be in Lithuania for long.
TMZ Sports caught up with the Big Baller yesterday before he boarded a flight bound for Lithuania, and he once again reiterated that all three of his sons will be playing for the Lakers before long.
"We'll go over there [to Lithuania] for a hot minute just to let 'em know before these boys get on the Lakers," LaVar said, per TMZ Sports. He added that the expectation is for his boys to dominate overseas for "less than a couple years" before returning to L.A. to reunite with their older brother Lonzo.
This isn't the first time LaVar has spoken about his master plan to see all three of his sons repping the purple and gold in Los Angeles. According to a report by ESPN's Jeff Goodman back in June, LaVar has several championships in mind.
"And we get three of the Ball boys on the Lakers together, and we gonna go championship, championship, championship, championship, championship," he said. "You think I'm playing? You saw what they did in high school."
LaMelo and LiAngelo will play in both the Baltic and Lithuanian league games for Prienu Vytautas, due to a roster that has already been thinned due to injuries. Vytautas will host Tsmoki-Minsk in the Ball's debut on January 9th in a Baltic league game, which is considered a lower-level than the Lithuanian league.