Then, they will make the decision whether college - UCLA - is the path the youngest Ball will take.
Lavar Ball is the human id on display.
But most recently, the Ball family is not being covered for something they are doing... but, rather, something they aren't.
LaVar Ball and LaMelo Ball look on from the crowd during a BIG3 three-on-three game at Staples Center on August 13.
A day after pulling LaMelo out of Chino Hills High School in favor of home schooling his youngest son, Lavar spoke to ESPN's Arash Markazi before his eldest son Lonzo's second National Basketball Association preseason game, predicting all three of his boys will play for the Los Angeles Lakers and bring a championship home.
LaVar told the Times in August that there was going "to be new drama" at Chino Hills because "I don't like him one bit", referring to Latimore.
"They'll have to sit back and wait", LaVar Ball said, who coaches the Big Ballers team, which both Lonzo and LiAngelo previously played for.
LaMelo averaged 27.5 points and shot 43.2 percent from the field in 30 games for Chino Hills as a sophomore in 2016-17. Regardless, it's a pretty risky move for LaVar to pull his Son out of school.
LaVar Ball has made a name for himself as a guy who isn't afraid to go against the grain.
When asked about LaMelo potentially being ineligible, LaVar basically said he didn't care.
There is no doubt LaMelo Ball will be a basketball superstar, if he's not one already.
In the immediate aftermath of the announcement, most speculation and attention focused on LaVar's relationship with Chino Hills' new coach, the school's third in three seasons. Now, the high school is set to lose a lot of followers and publicity due to LaMelo's departure.
Like his brothers, LaMelo has a commitment to UCLA. Gillig told him: "I'm trying to win the game".
LaMelo, 16, is committed to UCLA for the 2019 class.
According to Ramona Shelburne of ESPN, the elder Ball said, "I'm not dealing with the coach over there [at Chino Hills]".