The Ball brothers could be headed to Lithuania.
Just days after LiAngelo and LaMelo Ball signed with Lonzo's agent, it appears they might've found a landing spot to play professional hoops overseas.
According to ESPN's Adrian Wojnarowski, Lithuanian club Prienu Vytautas is in serious discussions to sign the brothers, one of whom recently left UCLA before ever appearing in a game and another who is just 16-years old.
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Woj notes that the team plans to decide in next 24-to-48 hours whether to finalize an agreement with LaVar's teenage sons, though it's unclear how much the deal would be worth. Additionally, Jonathan Givony of Draft Express says that LiAngelo and LaMelo aren't expected to get a lot of playing time for Prienu Vytautus, though they could get more minutes in the Baltic League, where they'd be allowed to develop their respective games.
In a story published last week by ESPN, Jeff Goodman spoke with LaVar Ball, who said he plans on travelling with the boys wherever they end up, and says two of their uncles will also be taking the trip as well.