Bryce James Looks Like A Giant During Sierra Canyon Game (Video)

Bryce James Looks Like A Giant During Sierra Canyon Game (Video)

Bryce James is one of the most touted young high school basketball players in the nation.

Aside from showcasing a ton of potential on the court, he also just so happens to be the youngest son of arguably the greatest NBA player of all time – LeBron James.

Last year, Bryce played his freshman season as a member of the JV squad. This year, he is moving up to Varsity.

Recently Bryce’s Sierra Canyon squad took on a Cleveland squad that they ultimately ended up beating quite handily. One of the standout images proved to be this visual of Bryce towering over the opposition:


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It is worth remembering that Bryce is still just 15 years old. Despite that, not only is he tremendously bigger than a bunch of the kids he plays with and against, but he also is noticeably larger than his big brother Bronny.

There is a reason why there is so much footage of Bryce destroying the competition when he takes on other kids from opposing schools.

The footage from Sierra Canyon’s big win over Cleveland also paints quite the picture:

ESPN NBA insider Brian Windhorst recently offered a fairly blunt assessment of the difference between Bryce and Bronny.

Based on the early evidence, it is hard to argue with his take.

With Bronny preparing to go off to a big name university, the high school basketball spotlight is on the verge of focus solely on Bryce.

Over the past year Bronny has been around to take some attention off his little brother between his flirtation with powerhouse schools and various dalliances with OnlyFans models.

But once Bronny is gone, it’s officially Bryce’s time to shine.

Will the youngster ultimately be able to live up to the lofty expectations that have been set for him?

Time will tell.

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Charles Kruger

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