Wherever LaVar Ball goes, so do the cameras—even in Lithuania.
LaVar and two of his sons, LiAngelo and LaMelo, arrived at Vilnius airport Wednesday and were greeted by a massive crowd and photo flashes.
The Ball brothers will play for Prienu Vytautas under head coach Virginijus Seskus. Seskus plans to use the brothers frequently once they're ready to hit the court, per ESPN.com's Jeff Goodman: "'They are young, but I can promise that they will play a lot and I hope we will help them to get better and they will help us to win more games,' Seskus said through his son, Edvinus, who is a guard on the team."
Vytautas will host Tsmoki-Minsk on January 9, but LiAngelo and LaMelo plan to debut January 13 vs. Lietkabelis.
Lavar pulled LiAngelo, 19, out of UCLA after an indefinite suspension due to a shoplifting incident in China. At 16 years old, LaMelo goes from Chino Hills High School in California to a Lithuanian team to hone his basketball skills.