LeBron James wouldn’t mind playing alongside his son, LeBron James Jr., if the youngster makes it to the NBA someday. In fact, the NBA all-star says that he would probably have to meet up with his “mini-me” if the younger LeBron makes it big.
“I’m 33, [LeBron James Jr.] is 13,” the celebrity father recently revealed. “If he has a chance [to play in the NBA], and it seems like he can make it, you got to,” LeBron added.
LeBron James Jr. has certainly made waves in basketball since he began playing the game. “I’ve got a 13-year-old son,” LeBron said during a recent interview. “He’s in the seventh grade. He’s a d*mn good basketball player, too,” the NBA star added.
Playing alongside his son is a dream that may or may not become a reality for LeBron James since the star player is approaching his prime. “I don’t know if I could play washed, but I d*mn sure would love to stick around if my oldest son can have an opportunity to play against me,” he explained. “That’d be, that’d be the icing on the cake right there.”
Check out LeBron James Jr.’s latest performance on the court in the clip below. LeBron James is the proud father of three children.