High Schooler LiAngelo Ball Scores 72 Points After Tallying 56 the Night Before

Andrew Gould@AndrewGould4Featured ColumnistDecember 1, 2016

Chino Hills (California) High School standout LiAngelo Ball continued his scoring outburst Wednesday night, dropping 72 points after scoring 56 on Tuesday.

The senior forward set a school record during the Huskies' 128-108 victory over Rancho Christian. Per USA Today, he converted 13 three-pointers.

Ball has verbally committed to play for UCLA, where his older brother Lonzo is averaging 14.6 points and 9.6 assists per game as a freshman. Younger brother LaMelo, a sophomore who scored 31 points for Chino Hills on Wednesday, committed to the Bruins at age 13

The middle sibling is doing his best to stand out, but he'll have a tough time topping his latest scoring barrage.

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