LeBron James' namesake is doing it up on the basketball court, bringing out several celebs to see him in action. Go inside for news about LeBron 'Bronny' James Jr. going to an exclusive basketball school and more inside...
One thing's for sure, LeBron James' son is following in his footsteps. And we woouldnt be surprieed if they played at lest1 seasoon together in the NBA. Even if Bron had to do a 2-day contract to do so.
The 13-year-old basketball phenom is already being hailed as one of the top basketball players in the country. And with his dad's genes AND guidance, we KNOW he's going to keep killing it.
It's been reported Bronny will be attending the exclusive Crossroads School in Santa Monica. Perfect. He won't be far from home since his dad has signed with the Los Angeles Lakers.
According to TMZ, he's set to enroll in the school to join the middle school basketball team until he's eligible to play for the high school team next year. Several high profile celebs have attended the school, including former NBA star Baron Davis, comedienne Maya Ruldolph, actress Gwyneth Paltrow and more.
Most recently, Shaq's son Shareef O'Neal, who's also a basketball standout, also played ball there in high school. He recently graduated from Crossroads and is heading to UCLA this fall.
In a recent interview, he praised Bronny for being able to adapt to being compared to his father all the time and said he's somone he can really relate to.
"Bronny ... One kid I can relate to a lot ... we both kind of have it the same way , being the son of an NBA legend isn’t easy and to get all of this at a young age is a real challenge to adjust to," Shareef said.
"Bronny has it a little bit worse than I do, but the difference between him and I, he can back his up at such a young age. it’s all a journey ... this kid has it all! I’m looking forward to seeing him kill it for the rest of his career!"
Bronny's game is so good, he even has celebrities coming out to see him play.
Survive. And. Advance.
Bronny and the Blue Chips are heading to the Final Four after balling out for Quavo‼️ pic.twitter.com/mpO3tXnzV5
— SLAM HS Hoops (@SLAM_HS) July 29, 2018
Last week, Bronny lead his team, the North Coast Blue Chips, to win the Big Foot Hoops 7th Grade Championship in Las Vegas. The kid's already got everybody coming out to see him ball. Bronny made his first slam dunk in front of Quavo, Dwyane Wade (whose kids also were in the tournament), Chris Paul, Tyronn Lue and more. Meanwhile, his pops was busy coaching from the sidelines.
Photos: LeBron's IG