Wow—it seems like it’s been at least a week since LaVar Ball has been in the news for doing something ridiculous.
Well the wait is over.
Turns out he now plans on pulling his youngest of three boys, LaMelo, out of Chino Hills High School so he can home-school him for LaMelo's final two years before college.
"I'm not dealing with the coach over there," LaVar says. "I'm not dealing with the administration over there. I don't want no distractions on Melo. So therefore I'm going to home-school him and make him the best basketball player ever."
Chino Hills hired Dennis Latimore as its new head coach in May, replacing Stephan Gilling, who was the head coach for one season. Gilling replaced Steve Baik after the 2015-16 season, with Baik stepping down despite Chino Hills having an undefeated season. Latimore played basketball at Arizona and Notre Dame.
LaMelo said Monday was his last day at Chino Hills, but is excited about this change in his scholastic life, "because I can spend all my time now and dedication into it instead of going to school and doing book work," LaMelo Ball told ESPN.
Oh yea, this will end will.
Anyway, the 16-year-old LaMelo is committed to UCLA for the 2019 class.
His father should just be committed.
Source: USA Today