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LeBron James Reacts To Sons Bronny And Bryce Returning To School: "Back To School Chronicles"

LeBron James Reacts To Sons Bronny And Bryce Returning To School: "Back To School Chronicles"

LeBron James is many things. He is one of the greatest NBA players to ever step onto the court, he is a billion-dollar businessman, but at the end of the day, he is a father first. LeBron has shown utter devotion to bringing up his 3 children, Bronny, Bryce, and Zhuri. With his two sons now going to high school together, James is going to see his 2 sons venture into adulthood soon enough.

LeBron and his wife, Savannah James had Bronny in 2006, followed by Bryce a couple of years later. The 2 brothers play basketball at the high levels of high school, even playing in Europe with their AAU team recently. Both sons could be destined to make it to the NBA, so their development as basketball prospects in high school is crucial.

With another school year starting, Bronny and Bryce had to go back to Sierra Canyon High School, where Bronny will have his final year in school. Bryce is a sophomore and has years ahead of him still. The pair going to school made LeBron emotional, as he shared a picture of them leaving for Sierra Canyon.   

Both sons have a massive year coming up, with this being the final chance for Bronny to boost his value and become a top-ranked prospect in high school again. He is currently the 40th ranked prospect in the nation but a big season for Sierra Canyon could boost his value. He already is weighing what college to go to after this season as well.

Bryce James is younger but has already passed his elder brother in height. He is proving to have a more physical skill-set but lacks the explosiveness of Bronny. If the hype is to be believed, Bronny may even outperform his brother at be a better prospect.

Either way, LeBron has to take pride in raising 2 very accomplished sons that can trace his footsteps all the way into the NBA. If both become league-level players, it'll be an incredible achievement.