As anticipation builds around Bronny James, expected to declare for the NBA Draft after completing his first college year at USC, former NBA player Chandler Parsons suggests that LeBron James might have already orchestrated a strategic plan for his son’s NBA entrance.

LeBron has openly expressed his desire to play alongside his son in the NBA, raising questions about whether LeBron would consider leaving the Los Angeles Lakers to join a team that drafts Bronny.

Speaking on FanDuelTV’s Run It Back, Parsons shared his insights, stating, “This man [LeBron James] knows everything. I think he already knows that Bronny’s declaring for the draft, probably already has a backdoor deal with a team where he’s going to squad up with him.”

Parsons emphasized LeBron’s meticulous approach to career decisions, suggesting that LeBron has likely secured a predetermined path for Bronny’s draft journey.

“The minute you see Bronny James declare for the draft, they know who’s taking him, and you know where LeBron James is going,” Parsons speculated, highlighting LeBron’s proactive approach to shaping his basketball legacy.

“There’s no way he’s just going to declare for the draft and leave it up to luck. If he does that, he’s got a guaranteed deal and that’s where LeBron James is going. I think that time will tell on what that team is,” he said.

With LeBron known for strategic career moves, the speculation revolves around the potential intricacies of Bronny’s NBA entrance and whether LeBron has already aligned his future accordingly.

In the current collegiate season, Bronny is averaging 5.9 points, 2.9 rebounds, and 2.6 assists in 20.1 minutes per game.