“Congratulations, Young King!” exclaimed the basketball superstar from the Los Angeles Lakers in his Instagram post dedicated to Bronny.
LeBron James took to Instagram to express his joy and pride over his son Bronny’s recent endorsement deal with Nike. The basketball superstar congratulated his 18-year-old son, who is one of the five student-athletes chosen by the company. LeBron, who has been a Nike athlete since the beginning of his professional career, shared a photo of Bronny to show support. He wrote, “The Legacy Continues On!! Congrats Young King!!”
Discovering LeBron James’ Three Children: Everything You Need to Know LeBron James’ son, Bronny, is currently a senior at the prestigious Sierra Canyon School in Chatsworth, California, and is one of three high school students who recently signed endorsement deals with Nike. The other two young athletes are JuJu Watkins, another Sierra Canyon basketball standout, and DJ Wagner, a promising point guard from New Jersey. Additionally, the announcement includes the signing of Iowa point guard Caitlin Clark and Stanford guard Haley Jones. Throughout Bronny’s emerging basketball career, LeBron has enthusiastically celebrated his son’s accomplishments. When Bronny appeared on the July 2021 cover of Sports Illustrated, LeBron shared on Jimmy Kimmel Live! how significant the milestone was for their family. He joked that he always thought he was younger than his son until Bronny did some research and discovered the truth. Before his talk show appearance, LeBron posted a video and photo on Instagram of him and Bronny making similar dunks. LeBron James and his wife Savannah are proud parents of three children: Bronny, Bryce Maximus, aged 15, and Zhuri Nova, aged 7. Furthermore, LeBron James recently agreed to a two-year $97M deal with the Lakers, which means he could potentially play with his son Bronny.