REPORT: LeBron James’ Son Committed To Play At High School in Los Angeles
EVERYTHING IS HAPPENING!!!
Following the end of the NBA season, LeBron James didn’t give much info as to what he might do in free agency this summer. What he did say is that his family would play an intricate part in his decision.
That family part is huge, because according to an NBA legend, one of LeBron’s son will be playing ball at a high school in Los Angeles next year.
Gary Payton sat down with BSO, and when he was asked what the odds were that LeBron James signs with a team out west this summer, Payton revealed that James’ 13-year-old son, Bronny, is committed to Sierra Canyon School in Los Angeles for next season.
“Anything could happen. People don’t look at everything. (LeBron James’) son just committed to Sierra Canyon which is in the valley of LA. That’s where his son is going to go to school [with] Scottie Pippen’s son and Kenyon Martin’s son. So, that’s a move that they’re going to make … if everybody looks at it with a son at that age, you don’t want to be away from him during that period of time. During the time that we’re having, basketball is school time. I think that (Bronny) needs a father during that time and that’s it. I don’t think LeBron is that type of parent, I think he wants to be around his son a lot and see his son play a lot.”
It must be noted that Bronny will be playing in the 8th grade next year, so LeBron could very well sign a 1-year deal to return to Cleveland and then possibly head out West and sign with the Los Angeles Lakers, the team many experts believe he will go to as of right now.