‘James Gang will be pulling up!’: LeBron James hints he’ll follow his son to Atlanta in 2024 after early NBA mock draft predicts Bronny to the Hawks
Even during the winter, LeBron James keeps an eye on the NBA and even the league’s future, especially when it includes his oldest kid.
Bronny James, who made a 2023 commitment to play collegiately for USC, may be able to enter the NBA as early as this time next year, in advance of the ’24 season.
Despite his allegedly attention-seeking comment of maybe retiring after being swept by Denver in May, the 38-year-old James has long expressed a desire to play with his kid.
The #JamesGang will be pulling up, ATL shawty! James wrote, then three laughing emojis were used. James mentioned that he will likely think about retiring after 20 NBA seasons on his own.
We’ll have to wait and see what transpires. However, I’m not sure,” James added. “I’m not sure. To be honest, I have a lot on my mind. James stated after hitting 40 points as the Lakers lost Game 4 and their season came to an end, “I’ve got a lot to think about.
“Only personally with me continuing the game of basketball… I have a lot to consider.
On May 6, the younger James made the choice to play NCAA basketball, putting a stop to more than a year of rυmors regarding his future. He added the hashtag “#committed,” making reference to a Trojans catchphrase, and wrote, “Fight On.”
Naturally, Bronny choose a Nike school, joining up with the sportswear juggernaut that helped make his father a multibillionaire. Additionally, he will play locally, less than an hour from Sierra Canyon High School, where he attended high school.
Later that night, via SportsNet, LeBron referred to the day as “one of the best days of my life.” I’d like to start by congratulating Bronny and saying how pleased I am of him. As the first member of my family to attend college, it holds considerably more significance for me personally.
When Bronny becomes eligible for the draft in 2024, LeBron will have the option to leave his current Lakers contract.
LeBron tweeted in March, “Man, Bronny definitely better than some of these cats I’ve been watching on League Pass today.” Funny as lightweight.