LeBron James’ 16-year-old son, Bronny, may be one of the most famous teenagers on the planet. As the heir to the James family name, there are a lot of expectations for the kid to thrive as a basketball player and role model.
On Wednesday, Bronny went viral online after surfacing on a picture that featured him looking like a grown man next to his father and some family friends.
Bruh. Bronny look grown grown already 🤯
(📷: chrisjohnsonhoops | IG) pic.twitter.com/AyK4ha5bNw
— Complex Sports (@ComplexSports) November 26, 2020
The last time we saw Bronny, he looked a lot younger. Yet, after all these months of quarantine, it seems he’s grown a lot, and the resemblance to his father has become quite interesting…
— ChampGST (@ChampGST) November 26, 2020
LeBron at 16 vs. Bronny at 16. 👀
— Hoop Central (@TheHoopCentral) November 26, 2020
Shit! He look at least 30
— Jose Camacho (@DMVsGreatest) November 26, 2020
Lebron at 16 and Bronny at 16 pic.twitter.com/P3LAYPQkl0
— Jαყʂσɳ 🗯🎄 (@N8veJay) November 26, 2020
That’s not bronny that’s lebron James jr
— illest🤠 (@illestReborn) November 26, 2020
bronny look like he’s lebrons brother 😭
— . (@ChefSZN_) November 26, 2020
When it comes to LeBron and Bronny, it’s no secret that folks are itching to see if they can become the first father/son duo to play in the league at the same time. Judging by the photos, LeBron Jr. looks well on his way to a path to the league, and he will likely be lacing ’em up in a few years.
The question is, will the 35-year-old LeBron still be active by the time his son reaches the pro level? If anyone can do it, it’s him, but we’ll just have to wait and see what happens for ourselves.