Lakers LeBron James’ envy quips on son Bronny with “better than some of these cats on league” leave fans in shock

LeBron James, the legendary basketball player, recently took to Twitter to voice his thoughts on the current state of the NBA. He implied he isn’t impressed with the talent he’s been seeing on the court lately. However, he did use this as an opportunity to hype up his son, Bronny James, who is eligible for the draft in 2024.

LeBron James tweeted that his son is “definitely better than some of these cats I’ve been watching on league pass today. S*** lightweight hilarious.” Although it’s unclear which players James is referring to, this comment aligns with his desire to play with his son in the NBA before retiring.

Who is the son of  LeBron James?

Bronny James is a 6-foot-3, 180-pound point guard who is currently playing for Sierra Canyon High School in Los Angeles, California. ESPN ranks him as the No. 28 prospect in its Top 100 rankings of the 2023 high school class, giving him a four-star recruit grade.

Many scouts predict Bronny will be a first-round pick in the 2024 NBA Draft. However, his ranking will depend on who you ask. One thing is for sure, though; he has significantly improved his game in the past couple of seasons.

As a proud father, LeBron James took to Twitter to show support for his son. However, he was clearly not entirely serious, and many NBA fans made comparisons to LaVar Ball’s antics when they saw James’s tweet. Nonetheless, there’s no denying that LeBron is incredibly proud of his son.

LeBron James
LeBron James and his son Bronny.

LeBron has expressed a desire to play with his son in the NBA, but the logistics of this may prove challenging. It all depends on where Bronny is drafted and whether LeBron is willing to take a significant pay cut and relocate to another city to make it happen.

LeBron James may not be impressed with the current NBA talent, but he certainly has high hopes for his son’s future in the league. It will be exciting to see how Bronny develops as a player and whether LeBron can achieve his dream of playing with his son in the NBA.

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