Perhaps no player in NBA history has adopted his game better than LeBron James, who is now tied, this season, for his career-high in three-point attempts per game.
But according to James' own lips, he's not even the best shooter in his household or even the second-best. In a reply to Paul Biancardi, the King made sure to hand those titles to his two sons Bronny and Bryce.
With the James genes in their blood, it was almost a given that they'd have a knack for shooting the ball. And while the children of NBA superstars are certainly not expected to become ball players themselves, Bronny and Bryce seem to be taking after their father in that regard.
As a freshman at Sierra Canyon High School, Broony James is already in the world spotlight -- hence why he was even mentioned by ESPN's Paul Biancardi. While it's hard to say how good he will be, he is looking promising as an all-around player and has apparently developed a jumper similar to his dad's.