LeBron James' 13-year-old son, LeBron James Jr., recently led his middle school team to an ISL title in Ohio. Junior continued his trend in following in his father’s enormous footsteps last week the John Lucas All-Star Weekend in Houston.
As LeBron Jr.'s godfather, Rockets guard Chris Paul, watched from the sidelines in awe of the child hoop prodigy.
When LeBron Jr. went airborne for a vicious block, the camera panned back to Paul who was stunned.
13-year-old LeBron James Jr.'s dominant AAU performance demonstrated further proof why LeBron Sr. hopes to sick around to play alongside his son in the NBA and its always understandable why his father raves about his son’s game.
LeBron Sr. will likely enter the fee agent market this summer, precisely around the time he will begin seriously considering which high school will attend.
Although James Sr. played at St Vincent St, Mary, it’s not a lock that his son follows the legend there, especially if dad takes his talent elsewhere.
In Los Angeles, he would have a list of elite high schools contending for his son, among those will be Sierra Canyon where the sons of former NBA stars Scottie Pippen, Kenyon Martin, Duane Washington and Tellis Frank sit in the stands to watch their sons Scotty Pippen, K.J. Martin, Duane Washington Jr. and Terren Frank.
Another landing spot could be prestigious Mater Dei is Santa Ana, the team that defeated Sierra Canyon for the CIF-Southern Section Open Division Championship.
Young LeBron will find the competition much stiffer in Cali than Ohio, but as he has already proven, that will be the least of his concern.