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CHINO HILLS, Calif. (AP) — The father of UCLA basketball star Lonzo Ball says his home was broken into while he was attending a high school game involving his two other sons.
A representative for LaVar Ball tells ESPN that Ball's neighbors in Chino Hills, California, called police after hearing noises from the house. Ball was attending sons LiAngelo and LaMelo Ball's playoff game for Chino Hills High School.
The family says nothing appears to have been taken from the house and everyone is safe. LaVar Ball tells ESPN that the incident amounted to a broken window.
Lonzo Ball is expected to be a top draft pick in the NBA this summer. LiAngelo is set to play for UCLA next season.
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