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Bronny Reveals The 1 NBA Player Who Leaves Him Starstruck

Bronny Reveals The 1 NBA Player Who Leaves Him Starstruck

Bronny James is without question the biggest star to enter the 2024 NBA Draft.

Although he isn’t the most talented prospect and is actually quite divisive when it comes to his pro readiness, few would argue that he is the most notable name currently involved with the draft.

This past week Bronny did a session with the media where he answered an assortment of questions.

One in particular involved the last time he was starstruck by an NBA player.

“I think when I saw Steph playing at Crypto a minute ago,” Bronny confessed.

“He came up and dapped me up. I feel like that was really cool.”

Interestingly enough, the moment Bronny described there was seemingly captured on camera. It actually occurred not too long ago and clearly left a massive impression on the youngster.

The other point Bronny was forced to address with the media was whether or not he believed his dad, LeBron James, would influence his draft stock.

“I feel like this is a serious business,” Bronny said of the NBA.

“I don’t feel like there would be like a thought of I’m just drafting this kid just because I’m gonna get his dad. I don’t think a GM would really allow that. I’ve never really thought about it. I think I’ve put in the work and I’d get drafted because, not only the player, but the person.”

Bronny also noted that whether he played or not with his dad wasn’t a priority for him.

“You know, get to the NBA, which is everyone’s goal that was here,” he noted. “I never thought about playing with my dad but, of course, he’s brought it up a couple of times.”

Bronny’s clear objective is to play in the NBA. Playing with his dad, at the moment at least, doesn’t be high on Bronny’s priority list.

Bronny’s Likeliest NBA Landing Spots

Because of how weak the 2024 NBA Draft is, many expect that Bronny will eventually get drafted. Either in the first or second round, a squad will almost certainly take a bet on LeBron James’ eldest son for one reason or another.

Over the past few weeks one team has been most closely linked to Bronny, for obvious reasons.

Over the last 48 hours, however, a dark horse suitor for his services has emerged.

With the 2024 NBA Draft rapidly approaching, it will be interesting to see where Bronny lands when everything is said and done.

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Anthony Amador

A graduate from the University of Texas, Anthony Amador has been credentialed to cover the Houston Texans, Dallas Cowboys, San Antonio Spurs, Dallas Mavericks and high school games all over the Lone Star State. Currently, his primary beats are the NBA, MLB, NFL and UFC.
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