LeBron James' kid Bronny might play college, the G League, or a foreign league.

LeBron James' kid Bronny might play college, the G League, or a foreign league.

LeBron James Jr. is in France with the California Basketball Club competing against top European opposition.

CBC features Bronny's brother Bryce, Scottie Pippen's son Justin, and Penny Hardaway's kid Ashton.

ESPN airs CBC's European games because of Bronny, and they're glad after yesterday's dunk.

LeBron hates naming his son after himself and wants to play basketball with Bronny.

The elder LeBron will still be in the NBA in 2024-25, Bronny's first season eligible.

The key question here is whether Bronny becomes an NBA player.

Few high school recruits had to deal with LeBron James publicly committing to be their teammate two years early.

No one is LeBron's equal as a basketball player, so comparing Bronny to him is ridiculous.

Bronny is an intelligent basketball player, but unlike LeBron Sr.

Bronny isn't a Karl Malone/Magic Johnson hybrid. He's 6-foot-3 and maybe still developing, which is NBA point guard size.

In a vacuum, the recruiting of the 39th-best athlete in the high school class of 2023 isn't newsworthy.

Bronny, a 6-foot-2 guard, has a high basketball IQ but lacks mobility and a perfected shot.

Whatever Bronny does next year won't affect Gonzaga or North Carolina's title aspirations.