It looks like LeBron and Wade are joining up to make another super team.
LeBron James is going to enroll his sons at Sierra Canyon (Chatsworth, California), according to the Los Angeles Times.
His children, 14-year-old LeBron “Bronny” James Jr., 14, and 11-year-old Bryce, attended Crossroads School (Santa Monica, California) this school year.
From LA Times reporter Tania Ganguli, who cited a person “close to the family”:
James and his wife, Savannah, felt that Sierra Canyon would offer a better fit for basketball for their sons.
That’s not all. According to Tarek Fattal of the L.A. Daily News, Dwyane Wade’s son Zaire will also be joining the Trailblazers.
Zaire currently attends American Heritage (Fort Lauderdale, Florida).
Sierra Canyon, coached by Andre Chevalier, has a strong track record. Sons of former NBA players Scottie Pippen (Scotty Pippen Jr.) and Kenyon Martin (KJ Martin) attended last year, as did Chosen 25 guard Cassius Stanley. The Trailblazers won the championship.
They are set up nicely for the future. Ranked No. 23 in the Way-Too-Early Preseason Rankings, four-star 2020 forward Terren Frank and Wade, a senior, will lead the team with a young nucleus of star 2022 shooting guard Amari Bailey and incoming freshman Bronny.
With one LeBron on a super team in California, can the elder complete his mission of doing the same at the pro level?