LeBron James hilariously weighs in on son Bronny’s McDonald’s All-American dunk scores saying “should have been 10s across the board”

Los Angeles Lakers superstar Lebron James’ son, Bronny James, was named in the McDonald’s All-American Game back in January, and last night the son appeared on the court at Toyota Center.

Lebron also appeared on this occasion in 2003, prior to his NBA career, and his son seems to have followed his path for all these years. Last night, Bronny showed his athleticism in the Slam Dunk Contest and became the center of all attention again.

As usual, his father became overjoyed at his achievement and didn’t miss the chance to uphold him and give him deserving praise.

What did LeBron James say to Bronny James?

The 18-year-old gained appreciation from all the viewers by showing a two-handed windmill slam throwdown off the bounce on his first attempt in the Slam Dunk Contest.

The four-time NBA champion became hyped up at his son’s display and tweeted, “It’s cool. Should have been 10s across the board! For sure. Hahaha.” However, all the judges didn’t agree with him.

But that wasn’t enough to hold King James down; later he again applauded his elder son, “LETS GO BRONNY!! and Away!”

As a father, the 19-time all-star is ready to go all the way to support his sons in pursuing their dreams, and as a basketball professional, it became more personal for him to cheer on their success on every occasion.

Previously, when the young James was named in the McDonald’s all-American game, the Akron Hammer expressed his delight by posting on Instagram.


James’ eldest son is in his last year of high school and searching for a suitable college option, though many think he should try out for the NBA. But Phoenix Suns star Kevin Durant opposed the idea and suggested he go to college to gather more experience.

Shahbaj Arefin

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Shahbaj Arefin is a professional Sports Content Writer at SportsZion. He mostly covers NBA, alongside NFL and MLB. His favorite basketball player is Michael Jordan. Arefin is also a football enthusiast. He is a die-hard supporter of Argentina and Chelsea FC, frequently posting on Facebook during the their matches.


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