LeBron James May Become the First Father to Share Court with His son

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LeBron James of the Los Angeles Lakers could soon be able to add a unique achievement to the impressive list of awards he has accumulated thus far in his illustrious career. He could become the first father to play on an NBA court with his son.

The NBA still doesn't allow high school players to participate in the draft. But that will change by 2023, allowing Bronny James to declare for the next draft class after finishing his K-12 education.

The transfer to Sierra Canyon has shown Bronny to have NBA-caliber potential. Basketball is one of the best programs at its high schools.

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At the Chosen-1's Challenge event at Staples Center on Sunday, he put on a show for the crowd with a 71-53 victory over St. Vincent St. Mary.

Whenever LeBron watches his sons play basketball it's just a proud father moment, even if his alma mater loses.

According to LeBron, playing with Bronny in the NBA isn't just speculative. The NBA star explained, "My son is putting in the work, and we never talk about it, but his dream is to play in the NBA."

Whether LeBron intends it or not, he will go free agent right after Bronny graduates from Sierra Canyon.


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