The Big Baller Brand has a trio of potential in stars in Lonzo, LaMelo, and LiAngelo Ball. Lonzo has started showing his skills for the L.A. Lakers in the NBA. The latter two players are currently doing their best to show what they're capable of while playing outside of the United States. Of them, LiAngelo is looking toward the NBA Draft. His brother feels he's played the better basketball right now too, despite the fact that both have been hit by injuries. A report by USA Today was used for information in this article.

LiAngelo's injury

During a recent contest against the Juventus squad at Utena Arena, LiAngelo Ball suffered an early Ankle Injury in the game.

Ball sprained the ankle on a baseline drive and it was noted after the game that he didn't have the Big Baller Brand G3 Luxe shoes on. That may come as a shock to fans of the Ball family, as proud father LaVar almost always makes sure he and his sons are representing the brand.

Instead of the G3s, reports quickly arrived online that LiAngelo was wearing a pair of LeBron James sneakers. The 19-year-old basketball prospect had the Nike LeBron Soldier 11 shoes on his feet instead. The good news is that despite the fact the team lost Ball for the remainder of the game due to the ankle injury, they still won the game.

LaMelo's praise

Meanwhile, his brother and teammate LaMelo was featured in a recent promotional video for LKL.

In the video (seen below), the child asks LaMelo Ball some tough questions including which of the Ball brothers has played the best basketball over in Europe. LaMelo faces the facts and gives his brother LiAngelo props as the better player so far, but also suggests they're both going to keep what they have to in order to improve.

The Ball brothers are each dealing with injuries that will hamper their remaining games on the schedule for Vytautas. The next scheduled contest comes on April 25 against Siauliai, with a game against Neptunas on April 28 and the season finale on May 2 at Pieno.

LiAngelo Ball has led the team in scoring in five games dating back to late January, while LaMelo was the team's highest assist player in the team's loss to Zalgiris back on February 4.

Of the two young players, LiAngelo is hoping to take his talents to the NBA as part of the 2018 draft class. He'll hope his 12.6 points and nearly three rebounds a game in international play are enough to earn him a spot on a roster. Until LiAngelo or LaMelo find a way into the NBA, it's clear that Lonzo Ball already has the edge on both of them in terms of becoming the family's biggest baller for the brand.