LeBron James shares photo of his 2 growing sons on their 1st day of school
LeBron James may be one of the greatest basketball players of all time, but the father-of-three places his family above every other achievement. He took to Instagram to share a photo of his boys as they headed to school.
Despite his busy schedule, the basketball legend joined in on the back-to-school trend with a cute picture. LeBron James Jr. and Bryce James headed to school in their casual sporty ensemble.
Bronny, as LeBron Jr is popularly called, wore a yellow jersey and ripped denim while Bryce chose an all-black version of the same outfits. The brothers rocked out in trendy Jordans of different colors. Bronny and Bryce have a younger sister, three-year-old Zhuri James.
Their superstar father who shares the boys with his wife, Savannah James, wrote:
“First Day of School Drip!! Bronny + Bryce = Masterpiece #JamesGang”
Bronny has more in common with his father than the name. The 13-year-old is a budding basketball player who has been featuring more often in the news lately for his prowess.
Bronny plays for the grassroots team, North Coast Blue Chips, where he has been performing exceptionally well. Several videos show that the teenager has an impressive finish and a deep shooting range. He has some work to do on his dunking skills, but then, he passes the ball in a way that reminds you of his MVP dad.
The 13-year-old’s team is said to be very good. The Blue Chips famously put on a show in Las Vegas where they won one game 66-18 after starting off with a strong 26-0 lead.
Meanwhile, LeBron, 31, has stayed very involved in his son’s activities. His status hasn’t stopped him from attending every one of his son’s games and learning the name of all his teammates. The Lakers Small Forward is always in the stands, cheering the youngster’s team.
Bronny will also reportedly be attending Crossroads High School, a prestigious institution in Santa Monica where significant talents are bred.
It has been said that since the growing athlete is still in the 8th grade, he will have to wait until next year to plan on the varsity squad.