If LeBron James plays long enough, LeBron James Jr. could join him in the NBA.
LeBron James is 33. LeBron James Jr. (aka “Bronny”) is 13. Currently, a player must be 19 years old to play in the NBA. Will Bronny be good enough? Does LeBron have six more seasons left? It's too early to tell with Bronny, but King James is putting up another MVP-caliber season and continues to be an ageless wonder. Health permitting, James would love make the NBA a family affair.
“I damn sure would love to stick around if my oldest son can have an opportunity to play against me,” LeBron recently told GQ. “That’d be the icing on the cake.”