October 21, 2019
Dwayne Wade and LeBron James are in the news after they shared photos of their sons – Zaire Wade and LeBron 'Bronny' James Jr. – rocking basketball outfits.
LeBron James #23 of the Cleveland Cavaliers talks with Dwyane Wade #9 while playing the Miami Heat at Quicken Loans Arena | Photo: Getty Images
Although the duo posted similar images of their kids, they captioned the posts differently. While LeBron captioned his post "SICKO MODE," with a couple of emojis attached, Dwayne went with a simple "James—Wade" caption.
The picture shows Bronny and Zaire looking excited as they rock their high school basketball team's outfit. Fans took to the duo's comments to express how similar the kids and their fathers look while adding that they are 'young bosses.'
Going a step further, LeBron uploaded another picture of his son holding a basketball as he points to the camera with his mouth open.
This new photo garnered over a million likes from fans and followers.
Clutch Points reveals that the duo very recently recreated their fathers' iconic poses for SLAM Magazine.
The recreation caused a buzz online, mainly since Bronny and Zaire played their first game together with Dwayne in attendance. Although Bronny didn't score any points during the match, Zaire landed seven points.
eBron James #23 and Dwyane Wade #9 of the Cleveland Cavaliers look on against the New York Knicks at Madison Square Garden | Photo: Getty Images
The interest of the teenagers in basketball has left many, including Sports Casting, wondering if Bronny will go straight into the NBA after high school ends.
The 15-year-old who stands tall at 6'2, the article narrates, has a different style from his legendary father. That difference in form has made the teenager an individual that fans are keeping their eyes on.
CBS Sports reports that Dwayne transferred his son to Sierra Canyon after LeBron announced his son would be attending the same school.
This move caused quite the stir in the media with CBS Sports claiming that the school's basketball team is now "jam-packed with talent." Due to this, the school held a media day to address any questions, members of the public may have.
During one of such interviews, Dwayne spoke on his son and Bronny's partnership saying:
"Even when we were together in Miami, they didn't go to the same school. At this time in both of their high school lives, to be able to put them together to hopefully do something special this year at Sierra Canyon is great."