LeBron James Jr Rumors
LeBron James’ 13-year-old son, LeBron James Jr., still has another year before his high school career starts, but it’s clear why some of the top basketball programs are already vying for his services. LeBron Jr. led his Old Trail middle school team to an ISL Tournament title last week with a 52-35 win over Gilmour Academy. Much of LeBron Jr.’s championship performance was in front of his dad who was in the stands to root him on.
LeBron James’ week in Las Vegas for LeBron James Jr.’s AAU tournament has been eventful. He’s taken over coaching duties for a game. He’s called out the other team for bad sportsmanship. And on Wednesday, LeBron dueled with Nate Robinson for the ultimate battle of NBA sports dads. LeBron Jr.’s North Coast Blue Chips played Nahmier Robinson’s Seattle Rotary in the Adidas event. And while the two basketball prodigies battled on the court, their dads definitely attracted attention of their own.
LeBron James has spent the past week in Las Vegas for his son LeBron James Jr.’s AAU tournament, and the elder James continued to be a vocal presence on the sidelines. Earlier over the weekend, LeBron actually took over coaching for a game. On Tuesday, LeBron opted to be a very loud father. At one point during LeBron Jr.’s game against Utah Elite, LeBron stood up and voiced his disappointment with Utah Elite’s sportsmanship. “Don’t care about sportsmanship, then … get in their (expletive) like a bike with no seat,” LeBron could be heard saying.
LeBron James spent the past week in Las Vegas working out with Derrick Rose and Eric Bledsoe. He also gave his best try at coaching. While LeBron’s 12-year-old son, LeBron James Jr., was competing with his AAU team in the Adidas Uprising event, LeBron took over coaching for a game. And, well, he was taking the new gig very seriously.
LeBron, who is frequently spotted at his son’s games, was in attendance at the Adidas Uprising event in Las Vegas on Thursday. That’s when he noticed the score was wrong. During a timeout, LeBron walked on the court and approached the scorer’s table, pointing out that the score was wrong. He just had to make sure they got it right. They listened.