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Video: LeBron James Posts Footage Of Him Working Out With Sons Bronny And Bryce At Lakers Facility

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LeBron James is the current face of the Los Angeles Lakers, and there's no question that he is one of the biggest stars in the world. His sons, Bronny and Bryce are viewed as solid high school-level prospects who could potentially get drafted to the NBA.

Recently, LeBron James posted an Instagram story of himself working out at the Lakers' facility with his sons Bronny and Bryce. The trio is featured in the video doing a drill working on their handles and finishing, and it's clear that the James family is working hard to improve further as basketball players.

Bronny James will be part of the 2024 NBA Draft class, and there's no denying his talent. Thaddeus Young suggested that Bronny James might not be "elite of the elite", but is still a great prospect who is athletic, can play defense, and shoots the ball well.

“He’s solid as hell,” said Thaddeus Young, who just finished his 15th N.B.A. season and sponsored a team that played Strive for Greatness, an assessment that was largely echoed by college coaches and N.B.A. scouts. “Obviously, probably not the elite of the elite. But he’s athletic, he’s strong, he plays defense, he can shoot the ball well, he can run the point guard position, he can play off ball.”

Hopefully, we see Bronny James get drafted in the future, and subsequently have a fantastic career at the NBA level. It would also be amazing to see him play with LeBron James, who has stated his intentions of doing so. It has notably been reported that LeBron James would only leave the Los Angeles Lakers if it meant playing with his son on another team.

As of right now, LeBron James is likely focused on trying to have a better season with the Los Angeles Lakers next season. Perhaps we'll see James lead the team back to the playoffs after they overhauled their roster this offseason, and it's clear that he's putting in the work on his end to help the Lakers become competitive again.