China Releases Grip on UCLA’s Ball

Lavar Ball’s middle child, along with two other UCLA Freshman basketball players, are reportedly on a flight back to Los Angeles after being released from The custody of Chinese Authorities.

The three student-athletes were being held in China on suspicion of shoplifting from high end luxury stores in Hangzhou, China where the UCLA Bruins were staying before facing Georgia Tech in the opening game of their season.

No word on the legal or playing status of the Hangzhou Three, as the players are being referred to now by me right here in this widely read blog.

A press conference is scheduled for Wednesday with UCLA coaches and administrators expected to announce any further punishment for the Hangzhou Three.


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