Spire Institute's LaMelo Ball, brother of Los Angeles Lakes guard Lonzo Ball, just demolished the St. Vincent-St. Mary basketball team — the high school alma mater of Lakers superstar LeBron James.

Per Overtime, the Spire unleashed an 81-58 beating of the Fighting Irish. Check out the highlight clip below:

After a stint playing for the JBA, Ball is back in high school to pursue his NBA dreams. The 17-year-old looks dominant, unleashing 3-pointers from far out with ease and bruising ankles with spectacular crossovers. He's not just the best player on his team but has also been recognized by other teams, earning MVP honors for his performance in the Vermilion Basketball Tournament.

His talent has attracted interest from powerhouse NCAA teams like Duke University and the University of Kansas per 247 Sports. However, there's still a question as to whether Ball is eligible to play in the NCAA — given that he has a signature shoe under Big Baller Brand and the fact that he has played professionally.

The 17-year-old has named North Carolina, Duke, Kentucky, Kansas and Michigan State as possible options. And who knows, maybe the Lakers one day.

Per TMZ, former NBA champion Dahntay Jones — and an alumnus of Duke University — Ball could be a great fit for the Blue Devils and head coach Mike Krzyzewski.

“I think, if [LaMelo] can co-exist like this, I think that Duke could be the place for him.”

“If LaVar operates like this right now I think Coach K could find a way too … Just be a normal parent, operate like this and let his sons’ talent speak for itself.”