• Published on:  Monday, December 3, 2018
  • LeBron watches his son Bronny James Jr in his first middle school game in LA! Bronny also got his first official dunk for Crossroads!
    When the 14-year-old eighth-grader stole the ball and ended the play with a dunk early in the third quarter on Monday, dad gave him a standing ovation from his seat behind the bench.
    LeBron James Jr., known as Bronny, made his middle school debut for Santa Monica Crossroads on Monday afternoon, and his father looked pleased. Bronny drew his first ovation from dad early in the game with an assist. Bronny finished with 27 points in Crossroads’ 61-48 victory over Culver City Middle School before some 100 people in the Crossroads gym. Crossroads officials have been protective about Bronny from the moment his father decided to enroll his son at the school after he signed with the Lakers. Athletic director Ira Smith did not advertise the game over social media and turned away some media that wanted to cover it. He said the school plans to discourage use of video and use of social media at home games.
    “The goal for everyone is let him be a 14-year-old eighth-grader,” Smith said. When Crossroads plays in road games, however, Smith understands there will be few options on limiting media interest, and you can expect the cameras to be out en force, especially to capture someone who can dunk.
    “I told him my job is to protect the madness for as long as I can,” Smith said of his message to Bronny’s father.
    There is no doubt the madness is coming. Bronny made three three-pointers and is clearly headed to elite status as a player. But he really is an eighth-grader, goofing around with friends, smiling after knocking the ball away from a teammate during warmups and acknowledging his famous father who showed up 3½ minutes before the scheduled tipoff.
    Bronny’s first high school game next season will be quite a moment. Crossroads already has the son of Shaquille O’Neal on varsity. If there’s an O’Neal and a James on the same court . . .
    The question is how long Crossroads can maintain a level of normalcy for a middle school boy with big basketball aspirations. The school intends to try its best.

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  • Mj Puertogallera

    Mj Puertogallera

     14 days ago

    Daaaamn his wearing his dad's number

  • Kadenxharvey _

    Kadenxharvey _

     1 months ago

    That was the worst charge call ever

  • Extraordinary Gaming ツ

    Extraordinary Gaming ツ

     1 months ago

    How tall was he then?

  • Doug.the.welder


     1 months ago

    Lebron can't sit with the commoners

  • thebig doggo1111

    thebig doggo1111

     2 months ago

    Big number 33 should be being scouted too 😳

  • Shonte Johnson

    Shonte Johnson

     2 months ago

    Look who he playing against

  • g i g g l e s. g i g g l e s

    g i g g l e s. g i g g l e s

     4 months ago

    Kid is wicked!!!!!!!

  • Amahru Sims

    Amahru Sims

     4 months ago

    You can tell he’s not playing foreal so when is the varsity highlights coming out for him

  • FiggeR


     6 months ago

    Bronnys prolly averaging 70 and 18 😂 no hate toward the other kids, Bronnys way too advanced for this league

  • Peter S

    Peter S

     6 months ago

    OK. So's he's clearly pretty good. He can shoot. He can pass. He can handle the ball. I'm sure he is being taught all the time at home and he has the genes. I guess we will see how far he goes and how good he becomes, but he's better than most his age for sure.

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    Ivan Zderic

     6 months ago +1

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  • Nuredin Amitofski

    Nuredin Amitofski

     6 months ago

    this is too easy for him lmao

  • Wild K

    Wild K

     6 months ago +1

    Im 5”11 and 14 and my frame looks like bronny’s bruh i hope i have james blessed traits

  • Mallory Potash

    Mallory Potash

     6 months ago

    actually its not blue chips

  • Mallory Potash

    Mallory Potash

     6 months ago

    do they mean is first ever blue chip game

  • Jesse


     7 months ago

    It’s crazy how much he runs and jogs like his father

  • Alex


     7 months ago

    how the in the world does lavar ball makes himself appear in so many videos... this guy is a jk

  • Gosu Prince

    Gosu Prince

     7 months ago

    When I was a kid I'm also good at getting videos in the court

  • Dustin Stephens

    Dustin Stephens

     7 months ago

    If he's not better than lebron , he's gonna live in his shadow like LeBron is living in Jordans shadow lmao

  • Anyád Szeretője

    Anyád Szeretője

     7 months ago

    When bronny make a deep three parents be like: 💤💤💤💤
    When that trash ass white kid make a wide open layup 1:35 : lets go u r such a beast💪❌🧢