Lavar Ball is taking two of his sons to play overseas in Lithuania.
LiAngelo Ball, who left UCLA earlier this month without ever playing a game, and LaMelo Ball, who withdrew from high school in his junior season, signed one-year deals to play with the Lithuanian club Vytautas Prienai, multiple media outlets reported.
The reported signings come days after Lavar Ball told ESPN that his two sons signed with an agent -- Harrison Gaines of Slash Sports Entertainment -- to work out a deal to play abroad.
The younger brothers of Los Angeles Lakers rookie point guard Lonzo Ball, LiAngelo, 19, and LaMelo, 16, will join Vytautas in January, Yahoo Sports reported, citing sources.
ESPN reported that the team and the Ball family were involved in negotiations Monday before finalizing an agreement later in the day.
Vytautas fields teams in both the Lithuanian and Baltic leagues, with the latter the lesser competitive of the two circuits. The Ball brothers are expected to play in the Baltic League.
"I don't care about the money," LaVar Ball said Thursday when explaining why his sons signed with an agent. "I want them to go somewhere where they will play them together on the court at the same time. The priority is for the boys to play on the same team."