Much has been made in recent years about LeBron James’ desire to play his final season in the NBA alongside his eldest son, Bronny.
League executives are split on the viability of this plan, but it’s definitely something LeBron clearly wants (he even has a rough idea of which team it can happen on).
Interestingly enough, while Bronny’s NBA odds are something of a question mark, LeBron’s other son is actually viewed as a more intriguing potential prospect. Bryce is currently just 14 years old, but many in hoops circles actually see him as having more promise than his older brother.
“There are people who told me that Bryce actually might be the better prospect amongst the two,” ESPN NBA insider Brian Windhorst said on the Dan Patrick Show this year. “Bryce, I think, is 13 or something like that. I don’t know if we can go that far.”
Fans were gob smacked recently when they were given a window into just how much Bryce had grown as of late.
The visual largely speaks for itself:
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At this rate, it feels like Bryce will end up bigger than Bronny. And while size clearly isn’t everything in the NBA, it does help.
When you factor in that Bryce is already viewed as more promising talent-wise than his big brother, this makes for an intriguing scenario.
In any case – Bryce still has some time to develop as a player and show what he is truly capable of.
Bronny, meanwhile, has four legendary universities chasing him. Which one he will ultimately choose remains to be seen.
All eyes over the past few years have been on whether LeBron and Bronny will ultimately play together in the NBA together.
— Game 7 (@game7__) May 5, 2022
But the real question seems to be: will Bronny and Bryce play together one day in the NBA?
Time will tell.
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