BRONNY JAMES DUNKS IN FIRST BRONNY James Jr FIRST EVER 6 months ago   04:30

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LeBron watches his son Bronny James Jr in his first middle school game in LA! Bronny also got his first official dunk for Crossroads!
When the 14-year-old eighth-grader stole the ball and ended the play with a dunk early in the third quarter on Monday, dad gave him a standing ovation from his seat behind the bench.
LeBron James Jr., known as Bronny, made his middle school debut for Santa Monica Crossroads on Monday afternoon, and his father looked pleased. Bronny drew his first ovation from dad early in the game with an assist. Bronny finished with 27 points in Crossroads’ 61-48 victory over Culver City Middle School before some 100 people in the Crossroads gym. Crossroads officials have been protective about Bronny from the moment his father decided to enroll his son at the school after he signed with the Lakers. Athletic director Ira Smith did not advertise the game over social media and turned away some media that wanted to cover it. He said the school plans to discourage use of video and use of social media at home games.
“The goal for everyone is let him be a 14-year-old eighth-grader,” Smith said. When Crossroads plays in road games, however, Smith understands there will be few options on limiting media interest, and you can expect the cameras to be out en force, especially to capture someone who can dunk.
“I told him my job is to protect the madness for as long as I can,” Smith said of his message to Bronny’s father.
There is no doubt the madness is coming. Bronny made three three-pointers and is clearly headed to elite status as a player. But he really is an eighth-grader, goofing around with friends, smiling after knocking the ball away from a teammate during warmups and acknowledging his famous father who showed up 3½ minutes before the scheduled tipoff.
Bronny’s first high school game next season will be quite a moment. Crossroads already has the son of Shaquille O’Neal on varsity. If there’s an O’Neal and a James on the same court . . .
The question is how long Crossroads can maintain a level of normalcy for a middle school boy with big basketball aspirations. The school intends to try its best.
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Philly Sports On The Rise
Imagine coming to a middle school and you see a 5’10 kid dunking with ease🤦🏼‍♂️😂
Sanerivi Iaulualo
Got more hops then Irvine and curry
Salvage Domain Records
For the ppl saying he belongs on a varsity team you can’t play varsity until 9th grade in some states no matter how good you are
Lasta Cesario
Real rim height or nah?
Chris From The Land
I like how all the highlights are based off of lebron
Rickie Morris
That big big baller guy spoiled this vid for me
Mark Anthony Samonte
is he Improved?
Classic Alfr3do
If you pause at the right moment at 0:16 it looks like he’s dunking a super sized ball.
Wade Harrington
in game dunk is at 2:30 mark of video
Amer Tawfiq
Is it a 10 foot rim tho
Josh Highlights
he is a great shooter from three
Josh Highlights
hes father always go to wacht him
Black Wolf
My mom is trying to get me in crossroads middle school because I do track and robotics...and coding
JJ Melo
Its only because he looks older I mean he's like 6,0 but those others kids are same age, and are about 5,7
Marcel Montezuma
Bro, in those 4 months i was outside of The Basketball wolrd this kid get a lot better
Sami Ullah
Did he leave the chips?
Y B
He plays like Leandro barbosa
IcyHarbinger
sub to my yt
Nicholas Holland
Scary how he even moves like his dad. How he runs up for a dunk looks just like lebron
ChrissyAnn85
3:03 lol 😂 like father like son 😆
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BRONNY James Jr FIRST EVER BRONNY JAMES DUNKS IN FIRST 6 months ago   11:12

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Bronny Jr GETS HIS FIRST REAL DUNK, it happened to be in his Championship game in Las Vegas.

"LeBron James’ 13-year-old son, LeBron “Bronny” James Jr., had been inching closer to dunking with each game this summer.

On Sunday, it finally happened.

Ahead of the North Coast Blue Chips’ semifinal game at the Bigfoot Hoops Las Vegas Classic, Bronny timed his bouncing alley-oop pass perfectly and threw down a one-handed dunk. It was the first (on video) dunk from the teenager."

"Bronny and his North Coast Blue Chips team have been the stars of Las Vegas this weekend. They’ve had a game canceled due to an overflowing crowd, played in front of an NBA legend, and been treated to an impromptu dunk showcase by LeBron. They’ve seen it all, or so we thought.
Bronny’s star continues to shine and bring new levels of hype and attention seemingly every day. Case in point, Quavo decided to check out the Blue Chips on Sunday.
Quavo’s been known to hoop when he’s not in the studio, and even took home the MVP award from the 2018 NBA Celebrity All-Star Game."
READ MORE: https://lebronwire.usatoday.com/2018/

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