Bryce James made his highly-anticipated Sierra Canyon re-debut this week.
Earlier this year LeBron James’ youngest son made headlines when he decided to transfer from the school he at one point attended with his older brother, Bronny.
In the months that followed Bryce would change schools twice more – ultimately ending up exactly where he started. A lot has been made of why precisely he had to change schools so many times, but none of that seems to matter much to the James family.
This weekend, Bryce made his big on-court re-debut for Sierra Canyon. In honor of the occasion, LeBron bestowed a new nickname upon him.
Obviously the James family has been in the headlines a lot over the past few days.
Bronny went viral late last week after an NBA Draft scout revealed where he would likely be selected in the 2024 NBA Draft.
That just so happened to coincide with the youngster making his highly-anticipated USC debut.
While the Trojans wound up getting upset, Bronny still put together a memorable highlight in the outing:
Blocked by James!!!
Like father, like son.
Bronny melakukan chasedown block di debutnya bersama USC
— Box Out Indonesia (@boxoutindonesia) December 11, 2023
LeBron, meanwhile, also made it a point to cause a stir last week. He led the Los Angeles Lakers to the inaugural In-Season Tournament Championship. For his troubles, he was named the contest’s MVP.
By any objective measure, the James family is thriving at the moment.
Sam Ponder’s Provocative Outfit To ESPN Show Causes A Stir: https://t.co/QKJcwOH0C1
— Game 7 (@game7__) December 11, 2023
LeBron, Bronny and Bryce are all living their best lives right now. And the good times likely won’t be stopping any time soon.
Will Bryce make the most of his second stint at Sierra Canyon? Time will tell.
Jennifer Withers Hoey is a former Business Development Manager who transitioned to writing about sports. With valuable connections all over the West Coast, she has used those contacts to break some of the most interesting stories pertaining to the Portland Trail Blazers, Oregon Ducks, LA Lakers, LA Clippers, Seattle Supersonics (RIP), and more.