The apple doesn’t fall far from the tree.
While unfair at times, comparisons to NBA legend (and arguably greatest of all time) LeBron James will stick with Bronny James as he carves his own basketball path. Surprisingly, the King's firstborn is not succumbing to any pressure.
The 18-year-old Sierra Canyon senior continues to level up as he made the roster for this year's McDonald's All-American Game, widely known as the meet for the best of the best high school players in the country.
This will be a legacy game for the James' family as LeBron played in the McDonald's All American Game himself exactly 20 years ago, as a senior for St. Vincent-St. Mary High School in 2003.
The proud father shared the latest achievement of Bronny on Instagram and encouraged his son to "continue to be you through it all no matter what!"
Currently ranked as 28th in the ESPN 2023 recruitment radar, Bronny will play in the All American Games West roster with top tanked players like Isaiah Collier and Ron Holland.