Early Monday afternoon ESPN's Adrian Wojnarowski reported that within the next day or two both LiAngelo and LaMelo Ball could sign with the Lithuanian team Prienu Vytautas...whatever that is:

Then, just a few hours later, it was reported that that was no longer a potential destination and was, in fact, an official one:

Wojnarowski adds that the club you'd almost certainly never heard of until now hopes to receive a marketing boon by landing the two teens and (by extension) their dad. As of this moment it appears doubtful that the brothers would log playing time in the Lithuanian (LKL) league, and instead appears probable that they'll get about 20-25 minutes per game in the less competitive Baltic (BBL) League:

Also, for those wondering how their daily lives will be, Prienu Vytautuas is a "low-level club" that has financial issues and makes its home in a non-English speaking village of about 10,000 people.

It sounds like the brothers' likely coach is a bit of a cut up and (according to an American player who previously played for him) there's a chance that's not good at all:

Finally, it sounds like the arena they'll play in is a far cry from Pauley Pavilion, or even whatever the hell Chino Hills High School calls the field house/gym they play their home games in:

According to Wojnarowski, "the team has no general manager and doesn't practice regularly due to the poor financial situation."

Sometimes you can just see a 30 for 30 piecing itself together right in front of your eyes.