LeBron James Watches His 2 Sons Dominate at Basketball Showcase

Bryan Brandom
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If LeBron James really doesn't want colleges to recruit his sons LeBron Jr. and Bryce Maximus to play basketball for them, he shouldn't have made them so damn good at basketball.

The latest example of their skill came this weekend, at a youth basketball showcase in Akron, Ohio. LeBron Jr., 11, and eight-year-old Bryce Maximus play at different age levels for the North Coast Blue Chips.

The Cleveland Cavaliers star himself was on hand to watch each of his sons help guide their teams to tournament championships.

LeBron Jr. is rocking No. 0 (a tribute to his favorite player—no jokeRussell Westbrook), and Bryce Maximus is No. 30.

We might be getting a little ahead of ourselves here, but if Bron Bron's eldest were to enter the NBA as a one-and-done college baller, he'd reach the NBA eight years from this summer.

Meaning if LeBron plays until he's 40, he could play with or against his son.

How cool would that be, LeBron?


That's right. Pretty cool indeed.