One of the biggest snubs of the NBA Draft — for reasons that go beyond basketball — is that of LiAngelo Ball. However, another one of Los Angeles Lakers star Lonzo Ball's brothers has recently gained attention after showing off his hops in a video that has been making its rounds on Twitter.

In a video posted by on Twitter, 16-year-old LaMelo Ball, the youngest of the three highly-publicized Ball brothers, is seen doing a rather impressive between-the-legs dunk in a warm-up exercise.

LaMelo is currently a member of the Los Angeles Ballers — a professional outfit that is part of the Junior Basketball Association or the JBA. Despite being only 16, Ball has been nothing short of amazing for the Ballers. The 6-foot-5 point guard had remarkable debut with his new team by amassing a 40-point near-triple-double with 11 rebounds, nine assists, and three steals.

LaMelo first came into the national spotlight three years ago as a member of the Chino Hills School basketball team alongside his two older brothers, LiAngelo and Lonzo. In spite of being the youngest of the three, LaMelo was seen as the flashiest among the siblings, once draining an in-game 3-pointer from half court.

The youngest Ball was once committed to play for the UCLA Bruins but eventually decided to turn professional in Lithuania late last year. That stint was short-lived, and he is currently back in home soil trying to up his stock. Provided that there are no rule changes in the eligibility of players for the NBA Draft, LaMelo should be eligible for the 2020 Draft.