LeBron James Shares His Dream For His Son Bronny

LeBron James is 37 now, in his 19th NBA season. But clearly, given his recent play, he's nowhere close to hanging 'em up just yet. And he revealed his one true goal he would still like to accomplish: To play in the NBA with his son Bronny.

"I think that would be an unbelievable moment," said LeBron about the potential opportunity to share the court with his son. 

Bronny is 17 now, and coming ever closer to his draft year. “I want him to get to the NBA," says King James of his son. "I'm not even gonna lie. I want to be on the court with him.”

This leaves a number of questions, such as, will LeBron demand a trade to the team that drafts Bronny? Will the family and agent Rich Paul..um.."coerce" any team that drafts Bronny to send him to LA?

The 6'3" combo guard just turned 17 in October, and is playing his sophomore season for Sierra Canyon High School. According to ESPN's high school rankings, Bronny is currently the 49th overall prospect in the 2023 Class. After that, it's one year of college, and then he'll be eligible for the NBA Draft in 2024.

That means that LeBron would need to continue to play until he's at least 40 if he wants to team up with his son. Given his performance over his last 8 games, that seems like a distinct possibility.

NBA Draft Room currently has Bronny ranked 26th in his 2024 draft year. A lot of things can change between now and then. But it's safe to say that if Bronny comes to an NBA team paired with his dad, he will be going a lot higher than 26th.