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LeBron James’ 17-year-old kid Bronny James performs an incredible slam in Paris

In a recent select basketball competition, Bronny James, the 17-year-old son of NBA star LeBron James, displayed some of his skills by leaping over a defender for a spectacular one-handed dunk.

On Monday in Paris, the U18 French Select Team defeated the California Basketball Club 97-85. The event happened late in the second quarter of the game.

In the defeat of the AXE Euro Basketball Tour, James led all scorers with 25 points. He had his best performance less than two minutes before halftime.

After receiving a ball under the rim, James first dribbled toward half-court

LeBron James’ 17-year-old kid Bronny James performs an incredible slam in Paris

Also read : Kevin Durant responds to critics who say he destroyed the NBA by joining the Warriors once more

Several athletes and celebrities, including Atlanta Hawks guard Dejounte Murray, Stephen Curry of the Golden State Warriors, and others, praised the dunk on social media on Monday night.

On Thursday at 12:00 EDT, James and CBC will take on Rome on ESPNU and the ESPN App. James’ younger son, Bryce, is a member of the CBC team as well. The CBCroster also includes the sons of former NBA greats Penny Hardaway and Scottie Pippen, as well as Ashton Hardaway and Justin Pippen.

Bronny is ranked as the No. 39 talent

In the 2023 ESPN 100 recruiting rankings, Bronny is ranked as the No. 39 talent. At Sierra Canyon High School in Los Angeles, the 6-foot-3 point guard studies.

James and CBC will take on Rome on ESPNU and the ESPN App

According to For the Win, James’ youngest son Bryce also participates in the squad, but Bronny has received more attention as he considers his options following his anticipated graduation from Sierra Canyon School in the spring.

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ESPN has the 6-foot-3 guard on their top-39 list of high school prospects. According to the recruiting database of the sports network, he has received scholarship offers from universities including Kentucky, Michigan, and USC.

The U18 French Select Team defeated the California Basketball Club, 97-85, despite Bronny’s game-high 25 points, according to UPI.

In a recent select basketball competition, Bronny James, the 17-year-old son of NBA star LeBron James, displayed some of his skills by leaping over a defender for a spectacular one-handed dunk.

On Monday in Paris, the U18 French Select Team defeated the California Basketball Club 97-85. The event happened late in the second quarter of the game.

In the defeat of the AXE Euro Basketball Tour, James led all scorers with 25 points. He had his best performance less than two minutes before halftime.

After receiving a ball under the rim, James first dribbled toward half-court

LeBron James’ 17-year-old kid Bronny James performs an incredible slam in Paris

Also read : Kevin Durant responds to critics who say he destroyed the NBA by joining the Warriors once more

Several athletes and celebrities, including Atlanta Hawks guard Dejounte Murray, Stephen Curry of the Golden State Warriors, and others, praised the dunk on social media on Monday night.

On Thursday at 12:00 EDT, James and CBC will take on Rome on ESPNU and the ESPN App. James’ younger son, Bryce, is a member of the CBC team as well. The CBCroster also includes the sons of former NBA greats Penny Hardaway and Scottie Pippen, as well as Ashton Hardaway and Justin Pippen.

Bronny is ranked as the No. 39 talent

In the 2023 ESPN 100 recruiting rankings, Bronny is ranked as the No. 39 talent. At Sierra Canyon High School in Los Angeles, the 6-foot-3 point guard studies.

James and CBC will take on Rome on ESPNU and the ESPN App

According to For the Win, James’ youngest son Bryce also participates in the squad, but Bronny has received more attention as he considers his options following his anticipated graduation from Sierra Canyon School in the spring.

ESPN has the 6-foot-3 guard on their top-39 list of high school prospects. According to the recruiting database of the sports network, he has received scholarship offers from universities including Kentucky, Michigan, and USC.

The U18 French Select Team defeated the California Basketball Club, 97-85, despite Bronny’s game-high 25 points, according to UPI.

In a recent select basketball competition, Bronny James, the 17-year-old son of NBA star LeBron James, displayed some of his skills by leaping over a defender for a spectacular one-handed dunk.

On Monday in Paris, the U18 French Select Team defeated the California Basketball Club 97-85. The event happened late in the second quarter of the game.

In the defeat of the AXE Euro Basketball Tour, James led all scorers with 25 points. He had his best performance less than two minutes before halftime.

After receiving a ball under the rim, James first dribbled toward half-court

LeBron James’ 17-year-old kid Bronny James performs an incredible slam in Paris

Also read : Kevin Durant responds to critics who say he destroyed the NBA by joining the Warriors once more

Several athletes and celebrities, including Atlanta Hawks guard Dejounte Murray, Stephen Curry of the Golden State Warriors, and others, praised the dunk on social media on Monday night.

On Thursday at 12:00 EDT, James and CBC will take on Rome on ESPNU and the ESPN App. James’ younger son, Bryce, is a member of the CBC team as well. The CBCroster also includes the sons of former NBA greats Penny Hardaway and Scottie Pippen, as well as Ashton Hardaway and Justin Pippen.

Bronny is ranked as the No. 39 talent

In the 2023 ESPN 100 recruiting rankings, Bronny is ranked as the No. 39 talent. At Sierra Canyon High School in Los Angeles, the 6-foot-3 point guard studies.

James and CBC will take on Rome on ESPNU and the ESPN App

According to For the Win, James’ youngest son Bryce also participates in the squad, but Bronny has received more attention as he considers his options following his anticipated graduation from Sierra Canyon School in the spring.

ESPN has the 6-foot-3 guard on their top-39 list of high school prospects. According to the recruiting database of the sports network, he has received scholarship offers from universities including Kentucky, Michigan, and USC.

The U18 French Select Team defeated the California Basketball Club, 97-85, despite Bronny’s game-high 25 points, according to UPI.

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