Bryce James Rumors
Despite being one of the league’s elder statesman, there doesn’t appear to be any slowing down for LeBron James anytime soon. LeBron has repeatedly voiced his desire to play with his older son, Bronny, but now James is voicing his desire to play alongside younger son Bryce as well. “I like to throw things out in the airwaves, but I’m not one to [say] what’s going to happen in the next two to three years,” LeBron told Sports Illustrated. “I am a visionary, but I’m also a guy that lives in the moment. I’d definitely be looking at who got first-round picks in 2024, 2025, things of that nature; 2026, ’27. I pay attention to that type of stuff.”
When asked specifically if he could see himself playing not just with Bronny, but also with Bryce, James made it clear that it’s something he’s thought about—depending on how his body and mind feel. “I feel like I could play for quite a while. So it’s all up to the body, but more importantly, my mind,” LeBron told SI. “If my mind can stay sharp and fresh and motivated, then the sky’s not even the limit for me. I can go beyond that. But we shall see.”
Late Sunday night, the Duquesne basketball staff became the first division one staff to extend a scholarship offer to Bryce James, the son of 18-time NBA All-Star LeBron James. James, the younger of LeBron’s two sons, is only 15 years old and is heading into his sophomore year at Sierra Canyon (CA).
The offer comes months after Duquesne announced that it had promoted Dru Joyce III to associate head coach. Joyce, 37, played point guard for Saint Vincent Saint Mary (OH) back from 1999-2001, playing alongside LeBron under the team’s head coach Keith Dambrot.