It looks like LeBron James’ continued support and constant hyping of his sons are working. With Bronny James now at USC and projected to be a mid first round pick in 2024, all eyes are now on Bryce James and how he will improve over the next couple of years.
With Bryce displaying tons of potential early on, however, several NBA teams have apparently shown interest in him. In fact during Bryce’s Peach Jam debut on Monday, scouts from the Cleveland Cavaliers made it a “priority” to watch him. The Los Angeles Lakers, New York Knicks, Orlando Magic, Dallas Mavericks, Miami Heat, Phoenix Suns and Atlanta Hawks also reportedly made it a point to focus on LeBron’s son, per Krysten Peek of Yahoo Sports.
“A 6-4 shooting guard, James has excellent shooting mechanics and a high release. He’s getting to the rim a bit easier and has found a second burst in transition,” Peek wrote about Bryce in her report.
Bryce James won’t be eligible to be drafted until at least 2026, but it’s understandable why the Cavs and several teams are keeping an eye on his progress. After all, he is the son of THE LeBron James, and considering how he and his brother have improved over the years, his current level is definitely worth looking at.
For what it’s worth, even LeBron himself has high praises of his second son, previously saying that he is already the best shooter in the family. And based on Bryce’s Peach Jam debut, LeBron wasn’t lying, with the youngster’s sweet stroke in full display.
Fans might have to wait for some time to see Bryce in the NBA, but he’s certainly on the right path.