Bronny James Projected As Top-10 Pick In 2024 NBA Draft, Could Join Forces With LeBron James

Photo: Instagram/Bronny James 

Bronny James, son of NBA superstar LeBron James, has been projected as a potential top-10 pick in the 2024 NBA draft by ESPN's Jonathan Givony.

Despite being ranked outside of the top-25 college recruits, James has reportedly made significant strides in his game, becoming an exceptional perimeter defender and improving his shooting and playmaking abilities.

While James has yet to commit to a college, he has received offers from several prominent programs, including Kentucky, Memphis, and Oregon.

Photo: Instagram/Bronny James 

If James does indeed have top-10 potential, it could have significant implications for his future playing alongside his father.

The New Orleans Pelicans have the option of receiving the Los Angeles Lakers' first-round pick in either 2024 or 2025 as a result of the Anthony Davis trade.

If the Lakers finish in the lottery next season, New Orleans is likely to take that pick.

However, that doesn't necessarily mean the two couldn't join forces elsewhere.
LeBron, who will be 38 in 2024, has the option to become a free agent by opting out of his $41 million player option.

Given his expressed desire to play with his son, it wouldn't be surprising if drafting Bronny also came with the addition of the elder James.

James is currently a four-star recruit ranked No. 33 in the 247Sports Composite for the class of 2023.

While he still has room to improve his ballhandling and shot creation, James has caught the eyes of NBA decision-makers with his intensity and ability to contribute to winning.

He is expected to continue to develop his game and fill out his frame in the coming years.

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Source: NBC Sports 


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