LeBron James celebrates as son Bronny signs his Letter of Intent to study & play basketball at USC
LeBron James celebrates as son Bronny signs his letter of intent to study and play basketball at USC, saying he shed tears as he put pen to paper
- Bronny James is a five-star combo guard, ranked as CA’s fourth best player
- He received offers from Memphis State and Ohio before signing with USC
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Los Angeles Lakers star LeBron James took some time off from preparing for the Western Conference Finals against the Denver Nuggets to honor his son Bronny.
LeBron posted images on Instagram of Bronny signing his National Letter of Intent to attend and play basketball at the University of Southern California (USC).
Sitting in front of a banner with the Sierra Canyon High School logos and wearing a USC Trojans t-shirt, Bronny smiled as he put pen to paper.
LeBron, the proud dad, loved taking pictures of Bronny, his wife Savannah, and his other son Bryce.
He captioned the photo, “My boy signed his letter of intent to @uschoops yesterday! So damn happy and proud of you @bronny! Pops threw off a gangsta [crying emoji] see this. So AMAZING #ProudDad #BronnyGoingToCollege #JamesGang #FightOn.”
LeBron James celebrated when his son Bronny signed his letter of intent to play at USC
Bronny is a five-star combo guard, ranked the fourth best prospect in CA, as of 24/7
LeBron said the sight of Bronny drawing with wife Savannah and son Bryce made him cry
LeBron says he hopes to play on the same team as both his sons in the NBA before he retires
Bronny will play his basketball at the Galen Center, just a few exits south on I-110 from the Crypto.com Arena where the Lakers play.
The younger James was listed on 24/7sports.com as a five-star recruit, the fourth best prospect in California, the fifth best combo guard, and the 21st best prospect in the country.
Bronny received scholarship offers from USC, Memphis and Ohio State, while drawing interest from Duke, Kansas, Kentucky, North Carolina and Oregon.
LeBron has previously said that before he retires, he wants to play on the same team as his sons. Bryce is currently unrated and is in the Class of 2025.