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LeBron James Takes To Instagram For Bronny And Bryce's First Day Back To School: "Love Y'all Beyond Words Can Express!"

Bryce and Bronny James

As the summer season draws to a close, kids around the country are finally returning back to school. For the James family, both Bronny and Bryce are experiencing their first day back after the break and their father made sure to commemorate the occasion with a heartfelt post on Instagram.

The post, which included a series of the two boys together, came with a very encouraging caption from LeBron.

"Back to school chronicles!! Bronny senior year 😢 and Bryce sophomore year begins! Have a great one Young King’s 🤴🏾🤴🏾! Love y’all beyond words can express! Keep putting on and riding for each other. #JamesGang👑 @bronny @_justbryce"

For James' eldest son, Bronny, this is the start of a significant year for him. As a High School senior, he's going to be in the spotlight all season long as everyone around the league anticipates his next move. Bronny also has the chance to make sports history by sharing a pro court with his father, who has made it known that he could leave the Lakers to team up with his son.

"The prevailing thinking in league circles holds that only the chance to play elsewhere alongside son Bronny James, who will be eligible for the 2024 draft and continues to develop as an NBA prospect, would spur LeBron to push for an L.A. exit," reported Marc Stein earlier this year.

While the jury is still out on Bronny and what kind of player he will become, his younger brother Bryce has also been making waves recently.

As he starts his sophomore year, his game should take a pretty big leap, and the world will start to notice him more. Amazingly, despite being years away from playing in the college space, he has already received at least one D-1 offer.

Aged just 15, he stands at 6'6" and his skills, combined with his freakish athleticism, have made him a very intriguing prospect.

As he continues to shine, there is growing interest among colleges to one day have him on board, and Bryce recently received his first D-1 scholarship offer from the Duquesne Dukes!

Clearly, the James family isn't going anywhere. Despite LeBron's age and athletic decline, his sons are on the verge of taking over the mantle for him.

It's a lot of pressure for two teenage kids, but they seem more than up for the task.