JBA League

LaVar Ball Announces JBA League Tryouts


LaVar Ball has been plotting and planning as of late. For many wondering the next moves for the JBA League, the Big Baller announced — in big baller fashion — the immediate plans for the league including upcoming tryouts.

According to the JBA website, the plan is to have tryouts in 8 cities during the month of April. Below is a transcript of the tryout information.

“We will select candidates across the country who know they’re better than any top ranked player in the country. Tryouts will be conducted based on position, along with an interview process for each candidate.

We will be coming to a city near you for open tryouts this April 2018. We will only see 100 players in each of the 8 cities we visit. We will select 8 players, from 8 cities, to complete our 8 team roster.

Complete the online registration form and click submit. The tryout calendar has the time and location listed. We will email you if you have been selected as one of the 100 candidates to try out. Limited amount of Walk-in registrants are welcome based upon availability, and if any confirmed registrants cancel.

This is your Big Baller opportunity to become a Pro basketball superstar! The Big Baller Way!”

At present time, there is no process for determining who gets a tryout. The initial plans of the league were to extend invitations to the top high school recruits in the nation. However, with most of the recruits already committed by the time the league made their official announcement in the fall, they missed out on virtually every top prospect.

However, that did not stop the JBA from taking a not so subtle jab at the NCAA on their website. While reading through it you will notice an interesting (and quite humorous) quote that reads, “Nationally ranked players may not qualify, due to the ongoing NCAA federal probe and investigations of certain colleges and/or players.”

The JBA League has its sights set on dismantling the NCAA, and they are kicking things off with a bang in just a little over a week.

Brandon Williams is the Editor in Chief for Fresh Sports TalkYou can follow him on Twitter @TalkinWithFresh, or “Like” him on Facebook.

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