LaMelo Ball, the younger brother of UCLA star Lonzo Ball, couldn’t be stopped in a game for Chino Hills High School on February 7. He scored an eye-popping 92 points in the game, including 41 in the fourth quarter alone — one quarter in high school is only 8 minutes, by the way.
Needless to say, he carried his team to a 146-123 victory against Los Osos.
LaMelo is just a sophomore at Chino Hills (class of 2019) and is already making headlines. The 5-foot-10 guard is the No. 1-ranked recruit in his class, and has already given his commitment to coach Steve Alford and UCLA — when he was 13-years old. His other older brother LiAngelo, a senior at Chino Hills, committed to the school as well.
His older brother, Lonzo, is having a spectacular season for the Bruins as a freshman. Through 24 games, Lonzo is averaging 15.1 points to go along with 7.8 assists and 5.8 rebounds.