LaVar will take over LaMelo's training, telling Sondheimer he's "going to make him the best basketball player ever". Regardless, it's a pretty risky move for LaVar to pull his Son out of school. LiAngelo is considered the least skilled of the three, but LaVar has said he intends to have LiAngelo be a one-and-done player as well. "A few months ago, I thought this would happen".
At issue is Latimore's insistence in running a more traditional system than the one LaVar favors. That suggests there could be another announcement coming, perhaps involving a new high-school team for the junior to play on before AAU season.
"I'm not going to put my son through all that".
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While even LaVar doesn't have the juice to force UCLA to cycle through coaches, he can make life hard for Alford if he chooses.
However, LaVar could end up training LaMelo for three years. The UCLA commit was Chino Hills' brightest star.
After the game, LaVar confronted the coach, demanding an explanation for his tactics. That was the only way he could ensure UCLA would eventually get LaMelo, a five-star prospect with prototypical size, vision and skill for a high-major point guard even if he needs to work on limiting his turnovers and improving his shot selection and defense. "But you know he's got his own shoe, you know the NCAA don't like that, so they might be like, 'Hey, back up.'" I ain't got no problem backing up because we're still going to get to here, he's on deck, coming to the Lakers". He's ranked the No. 4 PG and No. 17 overall recruit in the 2019 class by 247Sports' Composite Rankings.