The eldest son of the Los Angeles Lakers star LeBron James has put on a show in front of his father and his friend Carmelo Anthony.
16-year-old Bronny James had 20 points (6 three-pointers) and 6 rebounds while representing Team Strive For Greatness at Nike Elite Youth Basketball League (EYBL).
Recently former Miami Heat star Dwyane Wade called Bronny ‘a complete player’. LeBron’s son also received positive comments from former NBA star Gilbert Arenas, among others. NCAA/NBA prospect specialist said that Bronny can play when evaluating his game.
Bronny is currently expected to be a first round pick in the 2024 NBA Draft, a year after LeBron’s contract with the Lakers expires. However, if the league change its rules and allows for players to be drafted straight out of highschool, Bronny could enter the league in 2023. The four-time NBA champion has previously expressed his desire to team up with his son in the league.