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LaMelo Ball’s First JBA League Game to be Seen on Facebook Watch

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The inaugural JBA League season is less than 48 hours away. LaMelo Ball, who has not played a game in over two months will lead the Los Angeles Ballers this Thursday at 10:30 PM EST seen live on the JBA League Facebook page. To get updates, like and follow the page to receive the notifications for the next game.

The first JBA game will be the Chicago Ballers versus the Atlanta Ballers. The league couldn’t have picked a better match up to start the season off right as both teams are sure to please as the two hold similar, yet different ideologies.

The Atlanta Ballers are stacked with depth, led by 6-foot-9 power forward, Corey “Big Jelly” Boyd. This team can fill it up on the offensive side and has the athleticism to lock up the perimeter players.

Chicago is led by former Simeon High School star, Kezo Brown, however, it’s head coach, Eddie Denard who may be the X-factor this season. Denard is born and raised on the west side of Chicago, and embody’s the city’s tough-minded nature to the core. He relates extremely well with his players and has them playing in conjunction with his hard-nosed personality.

The main event will take place after this contest and LaMelo will take the court against a scrappy New York team. LaMelo has been extremely focused on getting his body prepared for a group of players who see him as an opportunity to elevate their careers should they lock down the young prodigy.

While these players respect LaMelo, they are not in awe of the super star flair he possesses. While that may be the case, LaMelo has been unfazed and kept his eyes on the prize — which is a championship.

To see LaMelo in action this season, be sure to “like” the JBA Facebook page. You will also have the opportunity to On-Demand access by watching previous games on the Facebook Watch platform.

This season will be one to remember, and with LaMelo Ball leading the charge — you should expect tons of excitement, and memorable plays in the JBA League.

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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