LeBron James, the star of the Los Angeles Lakers, was left in awe after watching his eldest son, Bronny James, perform an impressive dunk at the McDonald’s All-American dunk contest. Bronny attempted to jump over his younger brother Bryce before dunking, and after a few attempts, he succeeded in completing the difficult feat. LeBron, like any proud dad, quickly took to Instagram to express his amazement at his son’s performance, describing it as “insane” and giving a shoutout to both of his kids.
LeBron has always been supportive of his children’s basketball careers, and he takes great pride in seeing them follow in his footsteps. He has never shied away from hyping them up and providing guidance along the way. In fact, ahead of the McDonald’s All-American Game, LeBron sent a heartfelt message to Bronny, telling him how proud he is of his achievements but reminding him that his work is not yet done. He assured his son that he will be by his side as he takes the next step in his journey.
It’s clear that LeBron’s love for basketball runs in the family, and it’s not hard to imagine seeing both him and Bronny playing in the NBA together, or even against each other. As Bronny continues to hone his skills and grow as a player, it will be exciting to see where his career takes him and how his dad will continue to support and guide him along the way.
Return of LeBron James: Bulls defeat Lakers in playoff race showdown
In a highly anticipated game between the Chicago Bulls and the Los Angeles Lakers, superstar LeBron James made his return to the court after a month-long injury absence. Despite James contributing 19 points off the bench, the Bulls emerged victorious with a score of 118-108. Zach LaVine was the standout performer for the Bulls with 32 points, while DeMar DeRozan added 17 points.
The win strengthened the Bulls’ hold on the final Eastern Conference play-in spot, while the Lakers slipped to ninth in the Western Conference standings. James missed 13 games due to right foot soreness, and for only the second time in his 20-year, 1,958-game NBA career, he wasn’t a starter, coming in midway through the first quarter. The Lakers are still missing D’Angelo Russell, who has been out with a right hip injury, and went 8-5 during James’ absence.
LeBron James’s great comeback to the center court never stopped him from the support of his children’s basketball careers. What do you make of this great father-son relationship? Let us know in the comment section.