LeBron James Jr., born Oct. 6, 2004, is a high school basketball standout just like his dear, old, four-time NBA champion father, LeBron James, having taken his talents to Chatsworth Sierra Canyon in the San Fernando Valley. The private school is known as a destination for next-generation talent, Bronny's teammates and predecessors including Zaire Wade and alumni Scottie Pippen Jr. and Kenyon Martin Jr.
While the NBA schedule has often kept LeBron from being able to attend a full slate of his son's games, he's been known to go to great lengths to watch Bronny in action, such as when he chartered a plane on one of his off-days on the road to catch Sierra Canyon playing his own alma mater, Akron's St. Vincent-St. Mary, in Columbus, Ohio.
"To go watch my son play...and also versus my alma mater," James told reporters, "it's a pretty surreal, come-full-circle, unbelievable thing."
The day before the pandemic resulted in the suspension of the NBA season and most every other sport in March 2020, Sierra Canyon won the Southern California Open Division title.