Lonzo Ball's Brother LaMelo Scored 92 Points in a High School Game

LaMelo Ball scored 92 points on 61 shots in 32 minutes.

The Ball family has a lot going for it right now. The three Ball brothers are dominating the basketball world. The oldest brother, Lonzo Ball, is the potential No. 1 pick in this year's NBA Draft. He is averaging 15.1 points, 5.8 rebounds and 7.8 assists at UCLA. LiAngelo Ball, a senior at Chino Hills High School (California), will be taking his talents to UCLA next season. The youngest brother, LaMelo Ball, is only a sophomore in high school, but he's no less talented than his older siblings.

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LaMelo's game recently blew up on social media after he called an outrageous half-court shot in the middle of a game. He pointed to the spot where he was going to shoot and then made the incredible shot. But if you thought it would be impossible to do anything more spectacular, you'd be wrong.


During Chino Hills' game on Tuesday, LaMelo scored 92 points. Yes, you read that correctly–92 points! During his team's 146-123 victory over Los Osos High School, the sophomore shot 30-of-39 from 2-point range and 7-of-22 from downtown. He was also 11-of-14 from the free-throw line and had seven assists and five rebounds. Since his older brother LiAngelo was not playing due to injury, LaMelo had the ultimate green light.


LaMelo scored 63 of his points in the second half and 41 in the fourth quarter alone. And remember, high school basketball quarters are only eight minutes long. LaMelo is already committed to UCLA like his older brothers. According to MaxPreps, in the Class of 2019, LaMelo is ranked No.1 in the nation and No.1 in the State of California.


Check out the full game highlights below, where you can see LaMelo take insanely deep threes like they're nothing.

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