Bronny James Sets Sights On NBA, Emphasizes Own Path Ahead

Photo: Instagram/Bronny James

Bronny James, speaking at the NBA draft combine on Tuesday, revealed that he hasn't contemplated playing alongside his father in the NBA.

 "I would be happy about getting to the league instead of me thinking about playing with my dad," he stated. The young prospect emphasized his focus on carving out his own path in the league. 

Despite earlier dreams from LeBron James about teaming up with his son, Bronny is determined to establish his own identity.

Photo: Instagram/Bronny James

Bronny, who showcased an impressive 40.5-inch vertical at the combine, faced scrutiny over his stats from his time at USC. Despite the doubts, he remains resilient, expressing his commitment to self-belief and hard work. 

As for his NBA aspirations, Bronny cited players like Derrick White, Jrue Holiday, and Davion Mitchell as role models for their defensive prowess and professional approach.

Whether he ends up playing alongside his dad or not, Bronny's priority is clear: to be known as Bronny James, not just LeBron James' son. His ambition lies in earning recognition for his own merits and contributions on the court.

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Source: Yahoo Sports 


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