LeBron James Jr. is only in middle school, but he’s already starting to make a name for himself in the sport that his dad still dominates.
At age on the AAU circuit, LeBron Jr. is dominating kids his age by blocking shots, getting buckets and dominating the floor. There’s a reason LeBron Jr. already has drawn interest from the likes of Kentucky’s John Calipari even though he won’t be playing college ball until 2023. LeBron, for what its worth and that worth is immense, isn’t a fan of his son drawing attention from colleges at such a young age.
LeBron Jr., by the way, wears No. 0 in honor of Russell Westbrook and brothers wears No. 30 because of Steph Curry. Check out highlights of LeBron Jr. below via SB Nation’s Facebook page:
Since LeBron plays for the Cavs, Cleveland gets LeBron James Jr. too, right? That’s how this works, right?