UCLA's Steve Alford hasn't spoken to LiAngelo Ball, focused on remaining Bruins

UCLA's Steve Alford hasn't spoken to LiAngelo Ball, focused on remaining Bruins

Television viewers today have so many options for entertainment, be it from Netflix, Hulu or another service.

Furthermore, talk about putting enormous pressure on son LaMelo Ball, who's still just 16 years old. Even non-sports fans will enjoy the boisterous bickering between the loud and tenacious Ball and the talk show's hosts, especially the stubborn and emphatic Stephen A. Smith.

The incident garnered national attention and criticism for the Ball family, most of it aimed at Lavar, who did not restrain his words about the incident or President Donald Trump's involvement.

Many were quick to criticize the NCAA president, noting that the main objective of universities is to prepare students for professional careers.

LaVar appears to have consistent issues with schools.

Yes, Stalbergs basically burned the Balls by referencing LiAngelo's recent brush with the law following his shoplifting arrest in China as his "experience" in the field of security.

The worldwide incident made headlines, especially after President Donald Trump boasted on Twitter that he helped free LiAngelo from China's legal system.

Clinton was warned about Weinstein by Lena Dunham
The allegations go back decades, with some accounts generating interest by police in Los Angeles, New York City and London. We are also told a large number of other actresses are also part of the suit but have so far wished to remain anonymous.

Ball said he made that choice because LiAngelo's suspension from his shoplifting incident in China was dragging out too long, and the main reason his son was at UCLA was to play basketball.

In the tweet, Trump criticized Ball as being ungrateful of what he did for his son and the two other freshmen. As the trio gained more attention, so did their father, Lavar.

Lithuanian team Lietkabelis Panevezys has said no in such a fantastic and petty way: their coach, Arturs Stalberg said in essence that he'd love to sign the Balls, but just not to play basketball.

His father told "Access Hollywood" that his "grand plan" is for his three sons to play for the Los Angeles Lakers.

Instead, he praised Ball's work ethic in the classroom and simply said he was "surprised" by the news. "I'm at the Ostin Center every day working, so if they need to talk, they know where to find me".

"I'm not angry. I try not to get angry", Alford said Tuesday. If he is a clown, then I definitely want him out of the news cycle and if he is an over-affectionate father/aggressive businessman, I hope he can learn to do those things behind the scenes and let his sons create their own spotlight, without dragging them into the eye of the public because of their association to the CEO of the "Big Baller Brand" who can apparently beat a game of pickup.