http://www.dailywire.com/news/23332...&utm_content=062316-news&utm_campaign=dwbrand President Trump isn’t the only American visiting Asia this week. College basketball teams UCLA and Georgia Tech were set to square off in the foreign country on Saturday in Shanghai. Now it is unclear what will happen to LiAngelo Ball and two other players who were detained for allegedly stealing from a Louis Vuitton store. Ball's brother, Lonzo Ball, is already with the Los Angeles Lakers. LiAngelo’s father, La Var Ball, who made a name for himself while wildly marketing his son’s basketball talents and has been known to get into feuds with the likes of Charles Barkley, thought it was no big deal his son was arrested in China for stealing. LaVar Ball said it “ain’t that big a deal” and seemed to think the media was hyping the news of the charges. Sporting News claimed Ball was going to hold a press conference on Wednesday but was advised against it. In a longer statement, the father of the basketball superstar said, “It is a very unfortunate situation that the Ball Family, and UCLA has to deal with at this particular time. We will comment shortly.” The other two UCLA players with Ball who were detained by Chinese police in Hanzhou are Jalen Hill and Cody Riley. The UCLA freshmen could be sentenced to 3-10 years in prison if convicted of the charges. Their coach announced on Wednesday that they will not be playing in Saturday’s game against Georgia Tech. UCLA said that it is cooperating with local authorities and some experts have said that suspects in China can be held for up to a month or more before being properly indicted. The three were lucky to be released on bail; according to UCLA, they will be benched for Saturday’s game but the school did not comment on whether or not their actions will lead to them missing out on the entire season or getting expelled from the school.