Published: Fri, March 30, 2018
Sport | By Stuart Potter

Former UCLA forward LiAngelo Ball declares for NBA Draft

Former UCLA forward LiAngelo Ball declares for NBA Draft

Washington State University junior forward Robert Franks announced today that he will declare for the 2018 NBA Draft, but won't hire an agent at this time, in order to maintain his NCAA eligibility.

LiAngelo has played well in Lithuania, averaging a league-leading 15.7 points while making an impressive 45 percent of his three-point attempts in nine first-division games.

Porter is projected as a top-three pick in this year's draft, with now slotting him in the No. 3 spot to Atlanta.

"God couldn't have placed me in a better place for these last two years", Bridges wrote. "I also want to thank my family, my coaches, UCLA, and the fans for always supporting me". "That was my only goal for this year, and I'm sad I couldn't do it, but life goes on". The 6-foot-7 wing also was the 2017 Big Ten Freshman of the Year and led MSU to its third outright regular season conference title in Izzo's 23 seasons. "He's given us everything we could ask for and so much more". Ball has shown a two-way ability because of his size, strength and 3-point shooting, and has already emerged as one of the team leaders and positive voices for Vytautas.

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"Unfortunately I couldn't do that" Bridges said.

"I want all my three boys to play for the Lakers", LaVar Ball told a Lithuanian basketball journalist. Whether or not National Basketball Association teams believe he can be a professional at the National Basketball Association level remains to be seen.

BasketballInsiders projects him 11th to the Charlotte Hornets, while ESPN pegs him 12th to the Philadelphia 76ers. Jaren Jackson Jr., and others all have spectacularly high potential and it's expected one or more of those will become future elite-level stars.

Even before he got in trouble at UCLA, LiAngelo wasn't considered a top prospect in this year's draft.

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