UCLA Guard Lonzo Ball’s Childhood Home Burglarized During Brothers’ Game

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While Lonzo Ball is getting geared up to lead the UCLA Bruins into March, and his brothers, LiAngelo and LaMelo Ball, were busy starring for Chino Hills High School, burglars were busy breaking into the family’s Chino Hills, Calif., home.


LaVar Ball, the boys’ outspoken father, told ESPN that the burglars threw a rock through the window of the family’s home but nothing appeared to be taken. A family representative told the sports station that neighbors heard a noise and called the police. When police entered the home, they found several of the family’s belongings in the middle of a room.

According to TMZ Sports, police believe that the burglars were scared off by the quick response of neighbors and patrol cars.


“Everybody’s all right,” LaVar Ball told SportsCenter Wednesday. “Chino Hills has got the best neighborhood watch in the world. As soon as you bust a window, they’re calling the police. That’s all they did, was break a window.”

Read more at ESPN and TMZ Sports.

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Cardi B's Other Shoe

I’m sure the family is now a target for all sorts of BS since the dad has been a loudmouthed SOB on TV in the last few weeks.