LaVar Ball is very vocal about his kids and their careers. But you have to give the man credit, you're supposed to be passionate in the things your kids do. In fact, he is extending his passion beyond his boys and trying to help others. According to ESPN, LaVar said he is launching a basketball league for nationally ranked players who have graduated from high school but don't want to go to college. His Junion Basketball Association-which he said is fully funded by his Big Baller Brand- plans to pay the lowest ranked player a salary of $3k a month. LaVar had already pulled out two of his sons out of their schools, one in UCLA and the other in high school, to play ball overseas. This may be beneficial, but will it, if the student is that good and get a full ride on a basketball scholarship? LaVar said the league would follow the same rules as the NBA.
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