Bronny James Put On A Show At The McDonald’s Slam Dunk Contest

Bronny James Put On A Show At The McDonald's Slam Dunk Contest

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We’ve been hearing about Bronny James, the son of NBA Superstar LeBron James, for quite some time now. The high school senior is embarking on a potential NBA career in a few years, and is playing the best basketball of his life.

Often thought of as a fringe NBA prospect, Bronny James has flown up the recruiting rankings in the last year. The point guard is currently ranked as the ninth-best player in the 2023 recruiting class, which is up nearly fifty spots from the past year. His most likely landing spot is Ohio State, according to many.

The 6-foot-3 James has really come into his own lately, starring at point guard for one of the nation’s best programs, Sierra Canyon, in Los Angeles. The school’s hoops program boasts alums such as Zaire Williams, Jason Collins, Kenyon Martin Jr., Scottie Pippen Jr., and Marvin Bagley III.

Take a look at his mixtape from his senior season. He has, as the kids say, “bunnies”.

And, he showed off his hops in Monday night’s Mcdonald’s All-American Game Dunk Contest with some awesome dunks.

Alright, that’s some good stuff. Let’s put Bronny side-by-side with his dad from the 2003 contest.

Bronny James finished 2ned. Duke commit Sean Stewart won the contest, though I’m sure Duke will waste him like they do all of the five-stars that have come through the program since 2014-2015.

The All-American Game will be played Tuesday night.