Bronny James is silencing nay-sayers as he shines in his own light, stepping out from the shadows of his famous father. NBA fans say that Bronny “will be an NBA all-star,” as they react to his performance at the Nike Elite Youth Basketball game.
Known for his defense on the court, during the game, Bronny proved that he could bring on the offense too. The 17-year-old finished the game with 28 points, 3 rebounds, and 6 assists. Bronny made five 3-pointers!
And of course basketball fans have shown their support on social media for the talented young player.
One social media user wrote in regards to Bronny’s performance on the court, “He aint bad.. especially with the pressure he has… i just believe Bryce will be a problem.. the way bryce moves just seems more natural.. but he doesnt not have that kind of pressure so he can develop his game in peace… other than that Bron did a great job raising and training these boys.”
Another chimed in, “Turning into a nice guard.”
Another Instagram user, commented, “His shoot is getting better and better he really might be a solid nba guard athletic and can shot very efficiently he already use to playing with high level talent he’ll be a good rotational piece and even a solid starter.”
“He’s a great defensive guard one of the best in the country I’m glad he’s adding that offense now.”
And, so are we. It is amazing to watch him grow and diversify his talents on the court.
James currently attends the Sierra Canyon School in the Chatsworth neighborhood of Los Angeles, California. The private school, costs upward of $40,000 to attend every year. Many additional children of famous athletes have also attended the Sierra Canyon School. The basketball team roster has also included Zaire Wade, son of NBA great Dwyane Wade in addition to five-star recruit Ziaire Williams.
Congratulations, Bronny. You are indeed destined to “…be an NBA all-star.”