How old is LeBron James’ eldest son? Exploring Bronny James’ NBA eligibility

LeBron James is a star both on and off the court. This basketball legend is an ideal father to his children and always stands by his kids whenever they need then from making any big decisions to taking some important moves. James’ eldest son is Bronny James who is currently the most talked about kid of the player followed by his potential to replace his father in the near future.

So, let’s have a look at junior James’s potential and eligibility to join his father’s league in the coming years.

What age is LeBron James’ eldest son?

Bronny James was born on October 6, 2004, to LeBron and his loving wife Savannah James. As of 2023, he is 19 years of age. He has a height of 6ft 3 which is undoubtedly perfect for an aspirant who wants to build his career in the NBA.

When Bronny James be eligible to play in the NBA?

Junior James received six offers from various prestigious institutions to be part of their basketball team. But Bronny shook his hands with the University of Southern California to play for them.

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He is now making the most of his college career and will continue doing so until the 2023 season. James’s successor will be eligible to enter NBA through the 2024 NBA draft and upon selection, he can make his debut from the 2024-25 season.

Moreover, there is a very high possibility of him getting drafted on his first-ever try as some of the leading sports analysts labeled him as a top ten draft pick of 2024.

It’s King James’s cherished desire to play beside his eldest son on the NBA court before saying a final goodbye to his illuminating career. On the other hand, the legend is concentrating on bagging the fifth NBA championship before his final days. So, it remains to be seen if the Lakers star’s dream comes true before his retirement or not.

Golenur Aktar

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Golenur Aktar is a writer and made her debut in the 'Pen & Paper' industry holding the hands of Sportszion. She ignited her writing craze from Biography articles and now writes about NFL.


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