Former UCLA player Liangelo Ball (younger brother of Lonzo Ball and son of controversial father Lavar Ball) has signed with a Los Angeles based basketball franchise. No it is not the Los Angeles Clippers or Lakers. Instead it is with the Junior Basketball Association, owned and operated by his father Lavar Ball. According to the Association's Wikipedia page, the league

The Junior Basketball Association is an American men's professional basketball league. It is designed as an alternative to the (NCAA), allowing high school and junior college players to immediately play professionally. The JBA features eight different teams from major American cities, with games in ten different venues.

The Los Angeles Ballers will also feature LaMelo Ball, the youngest of the Ball brothers on their roster for the 2018 season. Do you believe LiAngelo Ball will ever get a chance to make an NBA team? Would you even consider LiAngelo Ball move to this league a "signing"? Let us know below.