Despite the fact that Bronny James’ Sierra Canyon team lost in the CIF Open Division Final to Corona Centennial, LeBron James, Drake, Jada Dudley, and J.R. Smith all enjoyed the show.
This week, LeBron James has had numerous opportunity to express his pride in his oldest kid, Bronny James.
Bronny made his comeback to the court after surgery to repair his torn meniscus earlier this year, playing in the opening game of his sophomore season for his high school, Sierra Canyon, just a few days after getting on the cover of Sports Illustrated for his gaming exploits.
Bronny’s game was a star-studded affair comparable to the ones LeBron starred in two decades earlier, featuring notable onlookers like the rapper Drake, Lakers forward Jadley, 2020 NBA champion and Bubble MVP J.R. Smith, and of course, LeBron himself, much like his father’s was.
To begin with, the most important message from these clips is that Jared Dudley is certainly returning to the Lakers, just as he stated. Dudz has never lied to anyone.
As the game progressed, LeBron — the biggest basketball fan you’ll ever meet — became just as enthralled with Bronny’s teammate, Amari Bailey, who went on to posterize practically the entire Corona Centennial roster in the first half:
Still, this had to be a cool moment for Bronny and every other kid in that gym. I mean, having celebs like Jared Dudley attend your high school game had to be pretty fantastic, whether you win or lose.