CHINO HILLS, Calif. — The best high school boys’ basketball team in the country scores at a video-game clip of 99.6 points per outing, and it does not wait around to see if opponents can keep up. During a holiday tournament in December, it beat an opponent from Milwaukee by scoring 125 points. The next night, it poured in 124 against a challenger from metro Atlanta.
But numbers are only part of the remarkable story of this season’s Chino Hills Huskies.
Three of the team’s starters are brothers, with a surname that could not be more apt — Ball — and matching commitments to play in college at U.C.L.A. The oldest, Lonzo, ranks among the country’s top high school talents, and the youngest, the 14-year-old freshman LaMelo, would be an eighth grader had he not…