Bryce James is going viral for his performance in a recent basketball tournament. The son of NBA star LeBron James, Bryce competed in an Elite Youth Basketball League event over the weekend.
James shined on the floor, and now his highlight reel is making its way around social media.
Bryce has been somewhat overshadowed by family members over the last few months. His older brother, Bronny, has been making headlines with his college recruitment throughout his senior season. He eventually committed to USC as he’ll stay close to his father in LA.
Speaking of LeBron, he’s now led the Lakers on an improbable playoff run. Los Angeles took down the Grizzlies and Warriors in back-to-back rounds to make the Western Conference Finals.
The Lake Show now finds itself just four wins away from its first NBA Finals trip since the 2020 COVID season, with LeBron leading the way at 23.4 points per night during the postseason.
But LeBron and Bronny aren’t the only ones wowing viewers.
Bryce James is making waves on the EYBL circuit, leading many to believe he’ll follow in the footsteps of his father and brother.
James caught the attention of basketball fans in his debut with the Elite Youth Basketball League, showing off both his athleticism and skill.
He’s only making more headlines as the circuit continues.
Over the weekend, James was seen balling out against his competition, pulling out many of the same moves we’ve seen from LeBron throughout his NBA career.
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He showcased his talents by scoring at every level. An insane 360-degree lay-in was maybe the most impressive highlight.
James also showed off his ability to shoot from the outside and in the midrange, where his turnaround jumper looks eerily similar to his dad’s.
And, of course, he threw down a few earthquaking jams. Like father, like son.
Fans have been quick to comment on the highlight reel as they posted reactions below the clip.
One person wrote, “His athleticism ain’t gonna be elite but his skillset is gonna go crazy when he gets older.”
Someone else said, “He’s the second coming of LeBron.”
This follower commented, “Oh my gosh he’s going to be a problem.”
Bryce James still has some time left before we see him at the college level. A member of the 2025 class, he has two years of high school ball left to play.
He’s already landed his first D1 offer from Duquesne, and there are sure to be more to follow.