In Ball or Nothing, a team of adult dodgeball players supports each other between getting hit by balls. Created and written by Megan Rosati, directed by Will Lamborn.
Runtime: 30 minutes
Ball or Nothing - LaMelo Ball - Netflix
LaMelo LaFrance Ball (born August 22, 2001) is an American professional basketball player for the Los Angeles Ballers of the Junior Basketball Association (JBA). A 16-year-old point guard, he verbally committed to play college basketball for the UCLA Bruins at age 13 but later dropped his college plans to pursue a professional career, being alongside his older brother LiAngelo for the Vytautas Prienai–Birštonas of the Lithuanian Basketball League (LKL). Ball played for Chino Hills High School in Chino Hills, California, gaining national exposure in 2015–16 while playing with his brothers: current Los Angeles Lakers rookie Lonzo and former UCLA signee LiAngelo. His father LaVar grew into a media personality in 2017. In his first season at Chino Hills, LaMelo won the California Interscholastic Federation (CIF) state championship and was recognized as one of the top freshmen in the country. As a sophomore, Ball made headlines after he made a half-court shot in December 2016 and returned to prominence following a 92-point game vs. Los Osos High School in February 2017. He was also a focal point in a well attended Amateur Athletic Union (AAU) game against top high school recruit Zion Williamson. Throughout his high school years, Ball was ranked among the top players in his class. He has over 3.8 million followers on Instagram. He is one of the most publicized high school-aged basketball players, with a signature shoe by his father's company Big Baller Brand and a role on the Facebook Watch reality show Ball in the Family.
Ball or Nothing - High school career - Netflix
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