The Summer of LeBron James Includes Plenty of Time Watching Bronny Jr.
Everyone knows that LeBron James is a superstar.
What some may not know is that his son, Bronny Jr. is very quickly creating a name for himself on the AAU circuit. The 13-year old seventh grader seems to have inherited his father’s unique passing gift, and unlike his dad, can shoot the three with the range that LeBron could have only dreamed off having early on in his career. Of course, it’s too early to claim that Bronny Jr. will be better than his father, especially because he is only 13 and has not begun maturing physically, getting bigger and stronger, and filling out his frame.
That being said, Bronny has already made an unofficial visit to Duke University, a school with quite possibly the most esteemed collegiate basketball program in the entire world. He is a young superstar, with the confidence and swagger necessary for surviving all of the comparisons and pressures of being the son of the best basketball player in the world.
LeBron has said numerous times that his dream is to one day play with his son in the NBA. Bronny Jr. is a 2023 classman, meaning if the one-and-done rule is abolished, the earliest the two can be in the league simultaneously will be in five years. LeBron would be 38-years old, entering his 20th season in the League, which at the rate he’s going should be very possible.
No matter, this has not only been the summer of LeBron taking over headlines. His son, Bronny is for real, and he will be talked about a lot as he continues to mature and develop!