LiAngelo and LaMelo Ball both inked a one-year deal on Monday to play professional basketball with team Prienu Vytautas, coached by Virginijus Seskus, who was described as the "LaVar Ball of Lithuania."

"Virginijus Seskus, coach of Prienu Vytautas, who is considering signing LiAngelo and LaMelo Ball, has been described to me as 'the LaVar Ball of Lithuania.' Very high energy guy apparently. Loves to get technical fouls. They'll get along great, despite him speaking no English," ESPN’s Jonathan Givony tweeted.

Seskus is from Prienai, Lithuania, where he became the head coach of Prienu Vytautas, part of a professional basketball league called NKL, where he coached the team to a championship in 2009. 

Seskus was ejected from a Baltic League game earlier this season for arguing with an official. His players then left the court, resulting in a forfeit, USA Today reported.

LaVar Ball, the father of LiAngelo, LaMelo and Los Angeles Laker rookie Lonzo Ball, is also known for his on-the-court antics. LaVar was ejected during an AAU game in July for arguing with the referee, resulting in a team forfeit.

The news of the contracts come after LiAngelo announced last week he was leaving UCLA. He and two other Bruins teammates were suspended indefinitely following a shoplifting incident last month during the team’s visit to China.

Billy Baron, a former American player who played for Seskus in Lithuania, spoke about his experience under the head coach.

"He had me my rookie year for a different club there, told me through our assistant during training camp that he wouldn’t play me much because he couldn’t speak to me," Baron tweeted Monday.

According to Givony and ESPN’s Adrian Wojnarowski, LiAngelo and LaMelo would see very little playing time. The team talked about delegating 20 to 25 minutes a game to both players in the Baltic League, a source told ESPN.

Prienu Vytautas plays in the Lithuanian Basketball League and in the Baltic Basketball League every year. The team participated in the EuroCup tournament during the 2011–12 season, winning three games out of six before they were eliminated.