Los Angeles Lakers star LeBron James is loving the improvement he’s seeing in his second son, Bryce James.
In today’s episode of Up & Adams, Vernon Davis joins Kay to talk about a potential return to the NFL and wanting to play with Tom Brady, Christian McCaffrey’s impact on the 49ers and whether the team is a Super Bowl contender, why Travis Kelce and George Kittle remind him of himself as a player, and his time playing with Delanie Walker. Kay also talks about Josh Jacobs’ unbelievable season and how the Las Vegas Raiders are starting to get it together, why running the ball is trending this year, how the Cincinnati Bengals offense is totally back, and trade options for both the Los Angeles Rams and the New York Giants.
On Friday, LeBron shared a video of Bryce showing off his bounce. The 15-year-old is certainly looking more comfortable with his hops, taking off with ease before throwing the ball down in a recent practice. Young Bryce definitely got his father’s genes with the athleticism he’s showing.
James showed the clip on his Instagram Stories and captioned it with a “Loading” effect, as if saying that his second son is on his way to greatness. And who can blame him? Bryce is definitely developing really fast and could become one of the top high school prospects as he continues to grow.
It is not the first time LeBron James heaped praise on Bryce James’ hops. Early in January, the Lakers star saw a video of his kid catch a lob for the alley-oop dunk, and he made sure everyone sees it as well.
It is certainly nice to see James continue to support his children, though. Bronny and Bryce have certainly grown into incredible players, and while it’s thanks in large part to their hard work, the presence of LeBron has certainly been huge for them.
There is still plenty of room to grow for Bryce, but if he stays on the path he’s taking, it’s not hard to see him making it to the NBA as well.