LeBron James with his sons Bronnie and Bryce James on the cover sports illustrated This week’s article explores the dream of all three playing together at the professional level.
LeBron James wants to play in the NBA with his sons Bronnie and Bryce. Do you have a problem?@king james open up to @chris_ballad33 About his grand plans in this month’s SI cover story https://t.co/9fi98rnb2d pic.twitter.com/qRBU1KaL30
— Sports Illustrated (@SInow) August 30, 2022
A 6-5 wing, Bryce is a relatively unknown figure in the basketball world after playing for the Trail Blazers last season as the junior national team. The 15-year-old sophomore is expected to come off the bench at his Canyon in Sierra this season and play alongside his older brother.
LeBron, who turns 38 in December, will enter his 20th NBA season with the Los Angeles Lakers in October.
Under current NBA rules requiring draft entries to be 19 years old, Bronnie is eligible for the 2025 NBA Draft and Bryce is eligible to enter the NBA in 2027. If Bryce is eligible to play during the 2027-28 NBA season, LeBron will be in his 24th year in the league, making him 43 years old that season.