LaVar Ball reportedly pulls son LiAngelo Ball from UCLA

LaVar Ball reportedly pulls son LiAngelo Ball from UCLA

The team responded to the incident by suspending Ball and the two other players who were arrested, Cody Riley and Jalen Hill, on an indefinite basis.

LaVar Ball said LiAngelo Ball "wasn't punished this bad in China".

"They don't know how to coach my son", LaVar Ball said in November, according to Bleacher Report. If convicted, the trio would have faced 10-year sentences.

As LaVar Ball weighs options for his middle son, it's safe to say that a jump to the National Basketball Association shouldn't be one of them.

"I'm not sitting back and waiting", LaVar Ball told ESPN.

"We get back over here and the consequences were even stiffer than China". "They didn't tell me anything, so why am I gonna tell them".

LiAngelo will also no longer be a student and his father told the media that he and the family will be looking to find his son another school or team to play with this season.

The announcement comes just two months after Ball made a decision to pull his other son, LaMelo, out of Chino Hills High School.

Reporter Zach Baron wrote that LaVar Ball was referring to LiAngelo Ball, his middle son.

LiAngelo Ball's collegiate career at UCLA has ended without ever stepping foot on the court for a regular-season game. While LiAngelo Ball is good enough to make the UCLA roster, he probably has little chance to make an National Basketball Association roster anytime soon. LiAngelo is eligible to enter the NBA Draft in 2018.

It looks like LiAngelo Ball will now be attending Big Baller Academy.