LaVar Ball, sons ripped by Lithuanian coach: They 'started dest

  • LaVar, LiAngelo and LaMelo Ball's stint that has a Lithuanian pro basketball team didn't last for very long, but the group hasn't forgotten them.
    And your head coach does not need fond memories in the Balls.
    LaVar Ball's Big Baller Brand sponsored BC Prienai-Skycop from the Lithuanian pro league last season, and sons LiAngelo and LaMelo played for that team, averaging 12.6 and 6.5 points per game, respectively.
    But after playing inside league for four months, the Balls abruptly still having two games remaining from the season, using Big Baller Brand sponsorship together. LaVar Ball cited complications with NBA Live Mobile Coins head coach Virginijus Seskus with the unexpected departure.
    The team sees it differently, and Thursday, issued a media release claiming the trio "started destroying the club." The release also questioned LiAngelo and LaMelo's ability.
    "The first and quite a few crucial mistake we made was allowing them, especially LaVar, [to] believe that they are in charge with the club — its decisions, its plans and the game," Seskus stated inside the release. "His boys were nowhere nearby the level from the LKL, not to mention NBA, which [the NBA] obviously understands, seeing the draft outcome.
    "And essentially the most disappointing fact was they had no inner drive to get better. And when they saw that it was going nowhere, they started destroying the club, failing out prize money for the Big Baller Brand tournament winners, etc."
    Seskus claimed the Balls had no goal of helping the group, but chosen Lithuania "to breathe life within their dying TV show."
    Seskus also said Big Baller Brand's departure left the group without sponsorship.
    "The club survived, which is the most critical fact,” Seskus said. “This season, we … can give priority to professionals with great discipline and personalities." If you want to learn more about NBA Live Mobile Coins for Sale, please continue to keep an eye on MMOAH.