Highlights: Watch LaMelo Ball Drop 25 in Drew League Debut for Team No Shnacks

Kyle Newport@@KyleNewportFeatured ColumnistJune 9, 2019

LAS VEGAS, NEVADA - MARCH 31: LaMelo Ball shoots a freethrow during the Big Baller Brand All American Game at the Orleans Arena on March 31, 2019 in Las Vegas, Nevada. (Photo by Cassy Athena/Getty Images)
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LaMelo Ball dropped 25 points while leading Team No Schnacks to a 90-71 victory in his Drew League debut on Saturday.

With his family in attendance, the 17-year-old put on a show while reuniting with former Chino Hills teammate Onyeka Okongwu. His jumper was on full display, per Overtime and Slam:

Overtime @overtime

LAMELO GOT IT RAINING ☔️ @MELOD1P @DrewLeague https://t.co/m9gbxxrDLB

SLAM @SLAMonline

LaMelo didn’t take long to get on the board in his @DrewLeague debut 👀 https://t.co/8Pwux0tYbm

His handles also made an appearance:

Eric He @erichesports

LaMelo is cooking now. Crossover, stepback three - splash. https://t.co/zyoy4jbsk7

And so did his passing:

SLAM @SLAMonline

no-look dimes should NOT look this casual 🤔 @MELOD1P https://t.co/AID87nkCjR

Meanwhile, Ball also found a way to come up with a defensive highlight:

Overtime @overtime

AIR LAMELO LET’S GOOOOOOO 🚀 @MELOD1P @DrewLeague https://t.co/sRwCBCFQxx

His 25-point performance led to him being named the player of the game.

Since being pulled from Chino Hills in October 2017, Ball has found a variety ways to get on the court. He has suited up for Lithuanian club BC Vytautas, the Los Angeles Ballers (of the Junior Basketball Association, Spire Institute and now the Drew League.

According to Slam's Ian Pierno, Ball is considering playing in either China or Australia for his next stop.