The 6-foot-2, 165-pound prospect out of Sierra Canyon is currently ranked the No. 28 player in the 2023 class by 247Sports’ Composite Rankings and the No. 5 player at his position.
Rashad Phillips, an NBA and college basketball evaluation specialist, said he had been asked to give his expert opinion on Bronny and gave a glowing review.
“I’ve been asked to breakdown Bronny’s game: He’s is a 6’4 combo guard with excellent defensive instincts and upper body strength. He excels in open court and also has a good feel on offense. He’s a streaky but confident shooter. He’s actually good. Well done LeBron,” he tweeted.
“Bronny James has tremendous defensive timing, strength, and awareness. His jump shot mechanics looks good from the rotation of the ball to his release point. Powerful upper body for a 6’4 kid and quick feet. The kid can play.”
LeBron saw the comments and responded back on Twitter:
It has been said that LeBron is trying to play long enough to suit up and play with his son in the NBA.
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