NBA legend LeBron James clearly has high hopes for his son Bronny.
The Los Angeles Lakers star recently said in a tweet that his 18-year-old is already more than NBA ready.
The four-time NBA MVP competed on Monday night tweeted while watching an unspecified game: “Man Bronny is definitely better than some of those cats I saw at the league pass today.
“S**t slightly hilarious [laughing emojis]”
Exactly which game and therefore which players James was referring to is unknown.
But that didn’t stop many of James’ 52.8million Twitter followers from guessing, and one name was mentioned more than any other.
One commented: “He’s talking about Grant Williams [laughing emoji]”
Another said: “He’s definitely better than Grant Williams, King.”
As for Boston Celtics Striker Williams Monday was a tough night for the 24-year-old.
With just 0.8 seconds left and a score of 109, he seemed to tell Cleveland Cavaliers guard Donovan Mitchell “Imma make both” before missing two free throws.
The Celtics, luckily for Williams, won it in overtime 118-114.
Whether Bronny is NBA-ready or not is up for debate.
247Sports, a senior at Sierra Canyon High School, ranked him as the 34th candidate in the Class of 2023.
The four-star recruit has reportedly received offers from Memphis, USC, and most importantly, his father’s favorite collegiate team, Ohio State.
And while Bronny has yet to commit anywhere, that hasn’t stopped him from amassing 12 million followers on social media.
He is now reportedly worth around $7.5 million, putting him at the top of a recent list of NIL’s most valuable athletes.
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