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LeBron James, Chris Paul, And Carmelo Anthony Were In Attendance To Watch Bronny James vs. St. Vincent-St. Mary

LeBron James, Chris Paul, Russell Westbrook And Carmelo Anthony Were In Attendance To Watch Bronny James vs. St. Vincent-St. Mary

Saturday night was big for Bronny James, who played at Staples Center (the arena where his father plays every night_, stealing all the attention with his impressive displays on the court. 

The 17-year-old went against LeBron James' Alma Mater, St. Vincent St. Mary, dominating them by dropping 19 points in a big night for the teenager. Bronny has been making noise for a while now, which is why he played in an incredible venue which is observed by plenty of stars. 

Before the game started, ESPN spotted a series of former and current NBA players in attendance. Obviously, LeBron James was part of the pack, but he was joined by other stars. 

Memphis Grizzlies' icon Zach Randolph was in the arena, as well as 2010 NBA champion Metta Sandiford Artest. Bron's friends Chris Paul, Carmelo Anthony, and Russell Westbrook also make an appearance to watch Bronny dominate his father's old team

It was a good game for Bronny, who finished with 19 points in Sierra Canyon's 71-53 over St. Vincent St. Mary. Bronny even made showed he can sink 3-pointers at an NBA level, which is pretty amazing. 

LeBron can't be prouder of his sons. He recently shared a message about his kids, Bronny and Bryce, warning the world about what's next for the James family. 

Hawk and Animal ain’t messing around!! Them SC boys out there being different different! Young kings.

Not only Bronny is doing impressive stuff. Bryce recently made his first dunk at Sierra Canyon, drawing a lot of reactions on social media, with some fans saying he'll be better than his older brother

The future is bright for this family, as Bronny and Bryce look more than ready to take over after his father retires, and continue the legacy of The King.