Twenty years after LeBron James turn out to be a McDonald’s All-American, his oldest son has obtained the identical honor.
Bronny James was named to the boys’ McDonald’s All-American recreation on Tuesday as a part of the West roster. The 18-year-old is a 6-foot-3 level guard at Sierra Canyon in Los Angeles.
“Ayyyyyyyeeeeee @bronny!!!!!! Congratulations Son!” LeBron, 38, wrote on Instagram. “So rattling pleased with you! Proceed to be you thru all of it it doesn’t matter what!! You’re actually AMAZING!!! #JamesGang👑 . P.S. Congrats to all the opposite women and men who was named as properly within the 2023 Class Micky D’s video games! It’s an HONOR.”
LeBron James was MVP of the 2003 McDonald’s All-American recreation in Cleveland and three months later was chosen No. 1 general by the Cavaliers. This 12 months’s recreation will happen in Houston on March 28.
Bronny James goes up for a dunk throughout a Sierra Canyon recreation on Jan. 7, 2023.Icon Sportswire through Getty Pictures
LeBron James (second from left) along with his sons Bryce (l.) and Bronny (c.), and Carmelo Anthony (second from proper) along with his son Kiyan (r.) throughout a Sierra Canyon vs. Christ the King recreation on Dec. 12, 2022.Getty Pictures
Bronny reacted to the information on his personal Instagram account.
“Prada you #BURGERBOYYYYYY🍔,” he wrote.
Due to age restrictions, Bronny James can’t make the leap straight to the NBA like his dad did. Bronny, a four-star recruit, has but to decide on which faculty he’ll play for within the fall. The Los Angeles Instances reported final week that his prime three colleges are Ohio State, USC and Oregon.
LeBron James enjoying within the McDonald’s All-American recreation on March 26, 2003.NBAE through Getty Pictures
LeBron James earlier than a Lakers recreation on Jan. 6, 2023.NBAE through Getty Pictures
“I’m nonetheless open, however these are choices,” Bronny James instructed On3.
Andrej Stojakovic, the son of former NBA All-Star Peja Stojakovic, was additionally named a McDonald’s All-American, as was Dajuan Wagner Jr., whose dad performed with LeBron James on the Cavaliers.