Ball Brothers are the Illuminati
March 7, 2017
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If you have paid any attention to Sportscenter for the past few months, you will definitely know who the Ball Brothers are. Lonzo Ball, LiAngelo Ball, and LaMelo Ball are taking over the basketball world by storm with their flashy passes and unprecedented style of play. But what is the driving force behind their success? Some say it’s their father who has pushed them to be the best since they were 12 years old, but I’m here today to let you know that it is truly the Illuminati that has filled their success.
To start, there is one very obvious sign that the Illuminati is in this. Simply, there are three ball brothers, three sides to a triangle surrounding an eye that is truly their father’s. Lavar Ball (their dad) saw this vision from his ancestors and thought of it as a calling to create the greatest basketball prodigies the world has ever seen. Lonzo Ball is almost averaging triple-double numbers in college ball as a freshman. Even for non-freshman this is unheard of. LiAngelo and LaMelo are both dominating at the high school level, with LiAngelo having a 72 point game and LaMelo his famous 92 point game.
Another sign of the Illuminati is from the picture shown above. LiAngelo, the middle child, is number 3, while Lonzo and LaMelo are number 2 and 1 respectively. 2+1=3, showing that all of them put together into a formula makes an undeniable logic (or universal truth), also known as the Illuminati.
Eventually, they will all go “one and done” meaning entering the NBA draft after their freshman year of college. That is a total of THREE years in college, another connection to the all-seeing triangle. Perhaps each of them will go number three in order to complete the full rotation and become a part of the main Illuminati group. This “take-over” is actually only the test to get in.
Disregarding all of this, the Ball Brothers are truly a force to be reckoned with when on the court and I strongly suggest watching UCLA basketball in the upcoming years because Lonzo, LiAngelo, and Lameo have the potential to become legends.