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Bryce James Is Considered A Better Prospect Than Older Brother Bronny, Says Brian Windhorst

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LeBron James' sons are expected to follow in his father's footsteps and pursue professional basketball careers. This has been known for a while, especially with his eldest son, Bronny James, growing up and showing good quality

The King has stated that he wants to play with Bronny in the NBA, and everything points out he will make history when his firstborn gets drafted in a couple of years now. There are high expectations around Bronny, but recently, we learned that more people think his little brother has a higher ceiling than him. 

Talking on The Dan Patrick Show, ESPN's Brian Windhorst revealed that many folks think Bryce could be a better prospect than Bronny, but making it clear that he's still young and saying something like that might be a stretch (13:25).

“I don't get the same vibe, and people I've talked to don't get the same vibe about Bronny [to play in the NBA]. There are people, and I've never seen his younger son Bryce play, who told me that Bryce actually might be the better prospect amongst the two,” Windhorst said, via Lakers Daily. “Bryce, I think, is 13 or something like that. I don’t know if we can go that far.”

LeBron is very confident that his two boys can make it to the league and have solid careers. Bronny is expected to make it in a couple of years, but Bryce could also be one of the best players in his class. The James dynasty is brewing as we speak, regardless of who ends up having the better career. 

The 4x NBA champion has consistently praised his two kids and he's hopeful to see them succeed as he did. It's unclear where Bronny will play if he makes it to the association, but something is sure, LeBron will go where he goes. As for Bryce, he could play with his brother, but we need to wait and see if that comes to fruition.