WATCH: LaVar Ball Not Worried About Lithuanian Language Barrier

Big Baller Brand patriarch LaVar Ball doesn’t have time to be worried about any language barrier for his sons, LiAngelo and LaMelo, who signed contracts to play professional basketball overseas with Lithuanian club Prienu Vytautas on Monday.
Many have speculated that the difference in culture and establishing a relationship with teammates and the coaching stuff could prove to be an issue, but don’t expect LaVar to view any of that as a hurdle.
TMZ Sports recently caught up with LaVar, who figures it will all work out. After all, that’s the Big Baller way.
“There’s not gonna be a struggle at all,” LaVar said.
His sons, LiAngelo and LaMelo, were trailing behind and did not comment on their new team, but 16-year-old LaMelo was made it clear that he was excited.


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LaMelo also shared a photo of his contract being signed on social media.
https://www.instagram.com/p/BclVthXlHnX/?taken-by=melo
LiAngelo was excited for it all to be official, too.
https://www.instagram.com/p/Bclve_Tg1pc/
Whatever happens, it’s going to be an interesting ride.



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