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LeBron Raymone “Bronny” James Jr. is an American high school basketball player who attends Sierra Canyon School in Los Angeles. He is the eldest child of professional basketball player LeBron James.
|Born||October 6, 2004
Cleveland, Ohio, U.S.
|Listed height||6 ft 3 in (1.91 m)|
|Listed weight||180 lb (82 kg)|
|High school||Sierra Canyon
James competed with various Amateur Athletic Union (AAU) basketball teams before high school.
At age nine, he played for the Miami City Ballers at a fourth grade AAU tournament while being observed by Kentucky Wildcats head coach John Calipari.
In June 2015, James led the Gulf Coast Blue Chips AAU team to a fourth grade championship at the League Dallas/Hype Sports Summer Jam.
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When James was nine years old, then-Ohio State coach Thad Matta joked that he needed to offer him a scholarship.
By 2015, James had already received basketball scholarship offers from colleges, although the specific names were not announced.
His father commented, “It should be a violation, you shouldn’t be recruiting 10-year-old kids.”
As of 2021, his 247Sports.com recruiting profile lists his schools of interest as Kentucky, Duke, Kansas, North Carolina, and UCLA, with Kentucky being the only school that has made a scholarship offer.
247Sports.com dropped James from 27 to 52 in its prospect rankings at the start of his junior year.
James moved up from 49 to 43 on ESPN’s list in his junior year after starting his freshman year ranked in the 20s and being ranked the best player in the class of 2023 while in middle school.
During the summer of 2022, Rivals.com dropped James from 29 to 60 in its prospect rankings.
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James was born on October 6, 2004, to NBA All-Star player LeBron James, age 19, and his then-girlfriend Savannah Brinson, age 18. James was raised by both of his parents, and they married in 2013.
|Born||October 6 2004
|Listed height||6 ft 3in (1.91 m)|
|Listed weight||180lb (82kg)|
As a child, James played several sports including basketball and soccer, but his father did not allow him to play football or ice hockey over safety concerns.
By 2014, James was being featured in basketball highlight reels that drew national attention.
In February 2018, James guided Old Trail School in Bath Township, Summit County, Ohio, where he attended middle school, to an Independent School League tournament win.
When Bronny James threw down an incredible poster dunk against the U18 French Select team, many compared it to a LeBron James slam.
After all, side-by-side clips of the dunks showed they -really looked eerily similar, especially with the way they attacked the rim in both occasions.
However, LeBron seems to agree on another video implying that Bronny’s dunk looked more Dwyane Wade-ish rather than him.
On Instagram, LeBron shared the said video on his Stories and simply tagged Wade along with an eye emoji.
Wade, for his part, joked and said “LeDwade” before noting that all he knows is “that dunk was mean.”
It will definitely be interesting to see how Bronny will further develop as he polishes his game even more.
LeBron “Bronny” James Jr. is continuing to demonstrate why he’s such a highly touted basketball prospect as he enters his final year of high school.
His latest poster dunk might be one of the best pieces of evidence yet.
During a recent foreign tour game between his California Club team and the U-18 French Select, Bronny had one of the highlight moments of the year.
With a guard draped on top of him, Bronny charged to the rim and dunked the ball sideways over the guard’s head.
The entire arena went crazy after seeing the incredible move. Video of the dunk shows hundreds of people grabbing their heads in amazement with jaws wide open.
Fans have quickly taken to this video as a sign that he’s becoming more and more like his famous father. And it’s getting harder and harder to refute it.