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So far, there is no record yet for a father and his son to play in the NBA, let alone be teammates in a particular ball club. 

And for LeBron James, the target to be the first one in the books is on. The highly opportunity to suit up with his son, Bronny, a league uniform is the ultimate dream above all — a priceless experience and achievement for a family guy and a basketball legend like him. 

As he supported Bronny, who sparked a showtime vibe in the Saturday evening where the Staples Center featured some of the best high school basketball players in the United States, James told Lakers insider Mike Trudell that he has inner thoughts to play with the young stud one day when the time comes.

The future Hall of Famer further added that he is fully supportive of his teenage son’s goal to experience the NBA atmosphere.

“He has my support and my blueprint,” James said. “With health and a little bit of luck, that would be the ultimate thing.”

Bronny was the star of the night on the St. Vincent-St. Marry-Sierra Canyon duel, as he registered a team-high 19 markers while showcasing offensive skills in courtesy of inside attacks and three-point marksmanship in front of a star-studded, jam-packed Los Angeles crowd.

From a standpoint of a basketball fan, it will be unbelievable to see LeBron and Bronny finally crossing their roads in the basketball stage. As the four-time MVP continues to sharpen his sustainability, all the efforts will be paid off upon this much-awaited encounter.