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LiAngelo Ball, two other UCLA players released after arrest in China

10 November 2017

The Atlanta Journal-Constitution reported that Ball, Riley and Hill will likely serve 20 days of house arrest at the hotel for the incident and a permanent ban from re-entering the country.

The UCLA team was in Hangzhou to visit the headquarters of Alibaba, the e-commerce giant which is sponsoring Friday's game.

LiAngelo Ball's arrest in China has gotten the attention of a lot of members of the basketball community, including current and former NBA players. "The players questioned were respectful at all times".

The three players were in China to play Georgia Tech on Friday. Three players were questioned from each team. They were interrogated and not allowed to be in contact with any of their coaching staff for hours, until they were finally released.

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LaVar and his wife, Tina, reportedly ate breakfast with the UCLA team on Wednesday morning. The Bruins practiced Wednesday before visiting Shanghai Disneyland.

Pac-12 Commissioner Larry Scott, meanwhile, said the conference is "very disappointed" by any actions that would detract from a positive cross-cultural experience.

"We are aware of a situation involving UCLA student-athletes in Hangzhou, China". "Whether in the United States or overseas, we expect our student-athletes to uphold the highest standards", he added. "We will continue to closely monitor the situation".

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"He'll be fine. He'll be fine", LaVar told ESPN while referring to his son. "He'll be fine. Everybody making it a big deal; it ain't that big of a deal". "It ain't that big of a deal".

"I know they are all over there in China taking care of it, so I will talk to them when they get back", Ball said.

After the reports of possibly getting prison time for their crime, Liangelo Ball and his UCLA teammates are likely to escape severe punishment behind bars, but they won't get off scott free.

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LiAngelo Ball, two other UCLA players released after arrest in China