This New Bronny James Jr. Highlight Reel Is Absolutely Absurd Considering The Kid Is Only 14 Years Old
Bronny James Jr. is 14 years old. FOURTEEN. Okay, he turns 15 on Sunday, but either way, at that age I thought my testicles were an oversized skin tag.
Bronny, on the other hand, has emerged as a 6-foot-2 freshman combo guard and one of the top-ranked players in the 2023 class, who already has a scholarship offer from Kentucky and big name programs like Duke, Kansas, North Carolina and UCLA courting the son of a legend.
The progression this kid has made is scary.
Ten months ago, Bronny threw down his first in-game dunk with his father looking on. He had just turned 14.
In less than a year’s time, Bronny, who is set to start his high school career with Sierra Canyon in California, has brought his game to astronomical heights.
I was dumbfounded watching this video of the latest highlight mixtape from Bronny’s summer season with Strive For Greatness and the North Coast Blue Chips.
Bronny still has a lonnng way to go to garner the hype his father did in high school.
Just last week, Metta World Peace described a 16-year-old LeBron James embarrassing then-current NBA players like Michael Finley, Jerry Stackhouse and Ron Artest in a game of pickup. It got so bad that Artest resorted to knocking Bron on his ass when he went up for a shot.
Still, the hype seems very real for the younger generation of James’.