Bronny James is the son of the Lakers Star Lebron James.
Bronny James' rise as a top high school basketball talent continues.
Bronny James, who will turn 18 in October, enjoyed his last AAU ball season to the fullest.
Bronny James moved up one spot on his composite ranking, moving from 40th to 35th among players in the class of 2023.
The talk of Bronny James perhaps playing with his father, Lakers superstar LeBron James, is becoming increasingly loud as his high school career draws to a close.
LeBron has always expressed his desire to compete with his son Bronny on an NBA court.
The 6-foot-3 combo guard Bronny is a top talent, but getting into the NBA is challenging.
Only 510 roster places are available in the league for players with two-way contracts. Although Bronny can't follow a straight line, there are a few things to take into account.
In October, Bronny will turn 18. According to the NBA's collective bargaining agreement, a player must be at least 19 years old when the draft is placed and have graduated from high school at least a year prior to the draft.