‘Man what! You’re really on one’: LeBron James is left stunned by son Bronny’s between-the-legs dunk in college game as he reiterates his desire to play with him in the NBA
- LeBron James was one of those blown away by his son’s stunning slam dunk
- Bronny James, 18, pulled off impressive through-the-legs dunk in college game
- The teenager has been starring for Sierra Canyon and has NBA aspirations
- His legendary father wants to take to court with his son before he calls it a day
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LeBron James could not contain his excitement at his son’s incredible between-the-legs dunk this week as he reinforced his intention to play alongside Bronny one day.
The 18-year-old is following in the footsteps of his legendary father and continues to impress with college team Sierra Canyon.
In his school’s first game this year Bronny produced a stunning through-the-legs slam dunk to leave fans, including LeBron stunned.
LeBron James (R) could not contain his excitement at his son’s between-the-legs dunk (L)
The Los Angeles Lakers star, who returned to the court himself with 25 points on Friday, shared a clip of the play to his Instagram story.
He captioned the post: ‘Man What!!!!!!!! Yo you’re really on one @Bronny!!’
The teenager made the ridiculous dunk seem effortless as he helped Sierra Canyon to an 80-47 win over Chaminade on Friday.
The Los Angeles Lakers star shared a clip of the play from Friday to his Instagram story
LeBron James was back on the court for Lakers, scoring 25 points in 130-144 win over Hawks
It’s well documented LeBron James wants to play with Bronny in the NBA before he retires.
‘My last year will be played with my son,’ he told The Athletic in 2022.
‘Wherever Bronny is at, that’s where I’ll be. I would do whatever it takes to play with my son for one year. It’s not about the money at that point.’
Bronny is not eligible to play at the top until the 2024-25 season – by which time LeBron will be 39.
The Lakers star reiterated his desire this week to eventually unite with Bronny.
‘I need to get on the court with my son, I want to be on the court with Bronny. Either with the same team or in a game against him. I don’t mean we’ll do one on one in a game, but I’d love to do something Ken Griffey Sr. and Jr. style. It would be awesome, no doubt,’ he told ESPN.
‘I ask him what his aspirations are and he says he wants to play in the NBA so, if he wants to do that, he has to work for it. I’m already here, I’m just waiting for him.’