LaVar Ball will reportedly pull LaMelo Ball from school in order to train the youngest Ball brother himself. The move will signal the end of LaMelo Ball’s career as a high school athlete at Chino Hills High School in California, as he will reportedly be home-schooled as he’s coached by his father.

“I’m going to make him the best basketball player ever,” LaVar Ball said Monday in a phone call with the Los Angeles Times. The decision was reportedly made amid concerns over Chino Hills’ new coach, Dennis Latimore, who was the third coach in three years to lead the Huskies. LaVar Ball planned to pull LaMelo Ball, a 16-year-old junior, from the school Tuesday.

“It’s good for Melo,” LaVar Ball told the paper of the move. “Less distractions. He just needs to focus.”

The Los Angeles Time noted that LeMelo Ball’s departure from the school will have an unprecedented effect on Southern California basketball. Together with his older brothers Lonzo Ball and LiAngelo Ball, the youngest Ball helped pack gymnasiums and lead his team to victories.

Lonzo Ball is a point guard for the Lakers while LiAngelo Ball is a freshman at the University of California, Los Angeles, where LaMelo is also looking to attend college.

“I’m not dealing with the coach over there,” LaVar Ball told ESPN. “I’m not dealing with the administration over there. I don't want no distractions on Melo. So therefore I'm going to home school him and make him the best basketball player ever.”

LaVar Ball went on to say that he blamed both the school’s principal as well as Latimore, who he called “knuckleheads.”

“That coach has his own frame of mind on how he wants to play and who he picks in the team,” he added. “Ok, y'all got all that going on, let's see how you do without my tutelage.”

LaVar and LaMelo Ball
Lavar Ball and LaMelo Ball look on from the audience during week eight of the BIG3 three on three basketball league at Staples Center on August 13, 2017 in Los Angeles, California. Photo by Sean M. Haffey/Getty Images