Bronny James — LeBron James’ elder son — is projected to end up in the NBA when he’s eligible, and he could also spend a year or two with his dad upon arrival.
The older son in the James household has quickly risen in most boards this season, and his performance at the McDonald’s All-American Slam Dunk contest made it clear why.
— SportsCenter (@SportsCenter) March 28, 2023
Bronny put on a show, and even though he didn’t win the contest, he showcased his athleticism, God-given traits, and privileged gene pool, making fans on social media rave about his status as an NBA prospect.
So Bronny will do a dunk contest but not LeFraud. Says a lot about both
— Vinny 🦌 (@thenamesvinny) March 28, 2023
I pray that Bronny James can deal with all the scrutiny & high expectations that he'll face in basketball or any profession…being the son of whom most people consider the greatest basketball player in History & one of the greatest of all athletes in History…King LeBron James.
— Nufocus (@NufocusfromBham) March 28, 2023
Even Bronny got more creativity pic.twitter.com/xwzCyvpekz
— Jas☆n💫 (@JasonM_VII) March 28, 2023
— 🏆⚾️𝙃-𝙏𝙤𝙬𝙣 𝙎𝙥𝙤𝙧𝙩𝙨(3-13-1)🏈🏀 (@Htownsports___) March 28, 2023
It’s should be 10s across the board smh
— 🙏🏿 (@taylanier) March 28, 2023
Can Curry do this?
— M2 (@RookieM2_) March 28, 2023
He's gonna be great on his own 😁
— Warriors4Life😤 (@DaddyKen23) March 28, 2023
For years, scouts and analysts were far from impressed by Bronny’s game.
But he’s coming together quite nicely as of late, showing impressive basketball IQ, on-ball defense, decision-making, and athleticism.
LeBron’s son has yet to make a commitment to any college basketball program, but he has no shortage of options, especially now that he’s considered an elite recruit.
This shouldn’t come as a surprise at all, as he’s been working hard and getting ready for college basketball since he was a little kid, and it’s not like he’s fazed or bothered by being in the public eye at this point in his life.
He might not be as good as his old man, but that would be an unrealistic standard.
Still, one never knows what the future holds, and it wouldn’t be crazy to think that the James’ could continue to rule the NBA for generations to come.NEXT: Fans React To Draymond Green's Preferred Playoff Matchup