LeBron Raymone “Bronny” James Jr. was born on October 6, 2004, in Chatsworth, Los Angeles, California. He attends Sierra Canyon School. He received a consensus four-star recruit and was awarded the McDonald’s All-American in 2023 as a senior. James is the oldest child of the renowned basketball player LeBron James, who currently holds the record for the most total points by any player and is considered one of the best to ever play the game.
If Bronny James can live up to his father’s legacy, it will be his legacy. James can play as a point guard or a shooting guard and is 6 feet 3 inches tall. He will be prepared for the NBA Draft in 2024 after one year of college.
|Date of Birth
|6 October 2004
|Point Guard, Shooting Guard.
Bronny James resides alongside his mom Savannah James, his cousins Bryce and Zhuri James, who are also bright youngsters and are anticipated to follow the footsteps of their father LeBron James, an all-time great of the game.
James moved to Sierra Canyon School, a K–12 institution in Chatsworth, California Angeles, on May 29, 2019, to start his freshman year of high school.
At the High School Showcase on November 12, 2020, James participated in his first preseason match as a sophomore for California Basketball Club (CBC) to represent Sierra Canyon. They played Air Nado, a squad from Coronado High School.
In his senior year, James assumed a leadership position and emerged as Sierra Canyon’s leading playmaker. His younger brother, Bryce, joined him on the squad.
Sierra Canyon had a record of 95-22 aggregate throughout Bronny’s four years in high school, but they were unable to win a state championship. In his final game, he barely scored 10 points, which was lower than his 14.2 season average. In addition, James has a game average of 1.8 steals, 2.4 assists, and 5.5 rebounds.