LeBron James Jr. is already a fine young basketball player. He might even be among the best in his age. Now he’s starting to take another leap forward, incorporating some of his father’s signature moves while competing on the summer AAU circuit.
We already know that Bronny holds scholarship offers from multiple collegiate programs, allegedly including Kentucky and Duke. We also know that he can run the floor as a point guard par excellence, and that he has a solid shot from distance.
Apparently that shot has recently improved again — take a look at that halfcourt trey to start this highlight — and his ability to run his team’s offense continues to grow. Don’t write off the defense, either; it may not have been as dramatic as dear old Dad in Game 7 of the NBA Finals, but Bronny’s block to start a fast break was pretty impressive nonetheless. It certainly speaks to his commitment as a two-way player.
Any doubt about his continued commitment to self improvement can be wiped away in this highlight, too. Just check out LeBron Sr. on the sideline. That’s an involved, committed Dad, and he is excited about what Bronny is starting to produce on the floor.