LeBron James might soon see his dream to play with his on Bronny come true. The 17-year-old is just one year away from graduating from high school.
As a result, James and his family will have to make a decision soon on the path to the NBA. Many schools reportedly showing an interest in recruiting the 6-foot-3 playmaker.
LeBron has made it clear his son is just starting to look at the options he has, rejecting the latest rumors of Oregon emerging as the favorite to land the young guard
— LeBron James (@KingJames) August 17, 2022
Bronny will obviously get looks from his name alone, but he made great improvements as a player the past season.
Given the current NBA rules, Bronny will be eligible for the 2024 NBA Draft. If the league, though, allows players to go directly from high school to the NBA, he could join the league in 2023.
James is projected to be a second round pick in the 2024 NBA Draft. With still a full senior high school season to go, though, Bronny can take his time and look at schools before deciding.