LaVar plans to home school LaMelo for the next two years, taking away one of the premier talents at the high school level and the lone reason Chino Hills' gym has been swarmed with fans during his games. Without me training those players at my house. "(LaMelo)'s on track for UCLA, but he doesn't have to be dealing with those knuckleheads. Still, this is weird even by LaVar's standards, as the high school season has not yet begun and he is seemingly evaluating Latimore on distant information as a result.
LaVar grew so frustrated with new coach Dennis Latimore the past few months that on Monday he announced he will home school youngest son LaMelo rather than subject him to two more years playing for a coach he doesn't trust.
The loss of LaMelo from the high school ranks will have a major impact on Southern California basketball.
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"It's good for Melo", his father said.
Chino Hills coach Stephan Gilling was sacked after just one season on the job, and LaVar disputed reports that he was responsible for the coaching change.
We hope that is not the case, but like with everything surrounding LaVar Ball, you can never tell what happens next. "Less distractions. He just needs to focus". "It seems like anybody who's training over here, that coach don't want him in the team". The young point guard gets to shoot 3-pointers from mid-court, cherrypick all game, forfeit any AAU game in which the ref makes a bad call and wear a signature shoe about a half decade before even the best players usually get one.
All three Ball brothers played on the 2015-16 Chino Hills team that went 35-0 and won a mythical national championship. Would it surprise anyone if LaVar uses his massive fame to publicly question Alford the same way he has the Chino Hills coaches? The Times reported LaVar was already "having concerns" about the program's new leadership.