12-Year-Old LeBron James Jr. Flashes Insane Crossover in Latest Mixtape

Bryan Brandom
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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.

Check out other highlight reels from Bronny and James' other son Bryce Maximus James here, here, and here.