LaVar Ball's home burglarized during sons' playoff game

LaVar Ball wishes he was present to deal with robbery (1:03)

LaVar Ball says everything is fine at his house following a robbery and he's confident he'll get a $1 billion deal for his kids. (1:03)

The home belonging to LaVar Ball was burglarized during a high school playoff game involving two of his sons Tuesday night, he confirmed to ESPN.

Ball's representative confirmed that neighbors called police around 8 p.m. after hearing noises from the house in Chino Hills, California, as LiAngelo and LaMelo Ball were playing for Chino Hills High School. TMZ Sports reported police found belongings piled in the center of the home.

The family representative told ESPN that nothing appeared to be taken and everybody was safe. TMZ reported that police took fingerprints and were looking for surveillance video.

"Everybody's all right," LaVar Ball told SportsCenter on Wednesday. "Chino Hills has got the best neighborhood watch in the world. As soon as you bust a window, they're calling the police. That's all they did, was break a window."

Ball's oldest son, Lonzo, is a standout for UCLA Bruins and is expected to be a top-three pick in June's NBA draft. LiAngelo Ball will play for UCLA next season. LaMelo still has two more years of high school remaining.

LaVar Ball made headlines earlier this week, telling USA Today that he was looking for a packaged shoe deal involving his three sons that would be worth $1 billion.