Time for our semi-regular checkup on the basketball career of LeBron James' preteen son, the creatively named LeBron James Jr.: Yup, kid's still a dope baller.
Our latest bit of evidence comes courtesy of a Martin Luther King weekend tournament in Indiana, where the Cleveland Cavaliers star's son ripped up the competition as a member of his AAU squad the North Coast Bluechips.
D-Rich TV Hoops compiled a whole mess of the King's son's highlights for an awesome mixtape.
Just wait for the 12-year-old's unguardable crossover into a stepback jumper at the 0:21 mark.
As you can see, James' oldest son has learned a lot from living in the house of a four-time NBA MVP, including a knack for making plays for his teammates and a willingness to do dirty work on the defensive end.
James Jr., or "Bronny," has already received standing scholarship offers from John Calipari and Kentucky, as well as Duke's Mike Krzyzewski.