LeBron James Jr., who is also endearingly called Bronny by LeBron James, continues to turn a lot of heads with his impressive basketball skill set even at a young age. After a recent highlight reel of his came out, he has once again showcased his talents, this time in Houston, and in front of one of the best point guards in the NBA today.

With LeBron James’ friend, Chris Paul, in attendance, the 13-year-old played a man’s game among boys and proved that he is a cut above the rest. The Houston Rockets star guard was even seen very impressed with what he saw from Bronny, just like the packed crowd inside the gym. From hitting outside shots, setting up his teammates by dropping dimes, to his ability to attack the basket, he was able to showcase it all.

Despite still having a long way to go before he potentially reaches the NBA and what the Cleveland Cavaliers forward has done in his pro career, LeBron Jr. is already receiving a lot of comparison to how his father plays. He obviously has a similar all-around game as well, which makes it hard to imagine him not excelling in the game in the coming years. Bronny probably also had received some tips from Chris Paul.

Chris Paul, LeBron James

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If The King will continue to play at a high level and decide to remain in the league for at least six more seasons, there is a chance that he and his son may compete against each other in the NBA. Should that happen, it will be the first time in NBA history, and should be something that both of them will cherish forever.