UCLA can be crossed off the list of potential colleges for LaMelo Ball.

LaMelo's father, LaVar Ball, told TMZ Sports that his youngest son definitely won't be following in the footsteps of older brothers Lonzo and LiAngelo.

"Heck no, he won't be at UCLA ... After what they did to my other son? Are you crazy?" Lavar said.

LiAngelo was suspended by UCLA after he and two other players were caught shoplifting during a team trip to China last November. He later withdrew from the school to play in Lithuania alongside LaMelo.

"Suspend him and don't tell him when he supposed to be able to play and all that? No, they not behind him like that," LaVar added of LiAngelo. "One mistake and now you put him to the side and act like he's supposed to come the next year?"

LaMelo has said he'd be interested in playing for big-time college programs such as North Carolina, Duke, Kentucky, Kansas, and Michigan State.

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