The Ball brothers have reached an agreement, signing a professional basketball contract with Lithuanian club Prienu Vytautas, according to the team’s coach/GM Virginijus Seskus and the Ball family agent.

The franchise is hoping the Balls, and their father LaVar, can bring a lot of publicity to the young organization. However, there are some concerns by some with knowledge of the team if the brothers could fit into Vytautas at any level.

In recent months, LaVar has pulled both boys out of their schools and he would have them bypass college basketball to search out pro jobs overseas.

This could be very interesting as experts say that neither player is expected to play with Vytautas, which plays in the Lithuanian (LKL) league, but could see more playing time with the team in the lesser competitive Baltic League. While terms of the deals are not known, it is believed that discussions included playing time of 20 to 25 minutes per game for each of the Balls.

Prienu Vytautas, or BC Proenai as it is often called, is a low-level club in a village of roughly 10,000 people in southern Lithuania. The team has had financial problems as of late and started the season by losing eight of its first 12 games in the Lithuanian league.

The team is 4-1 in the Baltic League, with its only loss coming by forfeiture when the game was stopped with three minutes to go and the teams tied at 65 after the coach was ejected due to some questionable calls.

This situation will not help the Balls develop to help them get to the NBA as the team has no true general manager and does not practice regularly due to their financial situation.

LaVar said he would have his two teenaged boys anywhere so that they, in his words, "can get to the Lakers quicker."

It will be very interesting to see what happens when the elder Ball disapproves with the coaching of the team. We will just have to wait and see.  However, it is a positive that the coach of the team does not speak any english so communication with the "Big Baller" will be very tough.

The Balls are not expected to join the team until January 2018 and experts say that the over/under on how long they stay, if they make it to the team at all, is a month.