Video: LeBron James features Bronny’s ridiculous hops and nasty windmill dunk in the latest social media post

Bronny James, the son of LeBron James, continues to develop as a high school basketball contender.

Elderly James featured his son’s explosive rise in a recent social media post.

The younger James is 17 years old and plays for Sierra Canyon School, a private school in the San Fernando Valley of Southern California.

When he was just 10 years old, he had already received scholarship offers from several universities. Former NBA superstar Dwyane Wade seems to think quite highly of the skills of the younger James.

The younger James faced some adversity during his trip. Last year in his sophomore year, he suffered a meniscal tear that forced him to miss a considerable amount of time.

Elderly James is grappling with his own injury problems as he recovers from an abdominal injury.

There has been speculation that doing so could mean missing a month or two, but on Friday Lakers head coach Frank Vogel said the four-time MVP may be on the verge of a return.

Older James has played six of LA’s 13 games so far this season, averaging 24.8 points, 5.5 rebounds, 7.0 assists and 2.3 steals per game.

Without him, his teammates, especially Russell Westbrook, have had problems. The 2017 league MVP showed some real signs that he was a good match for older James, but without him, he was struggling with sales.

The return of the four-time NBA champion is essential to the Lakers’ attempts to fix their problems.

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