LeBron James’ son, LeBron, Jr., has long been known as quite the basketball player. His highlight tapes are littered across the internet, but now the world gets a glimpse of his younger brother, Bryce Maximus, too.
With their proud papa looking on from the stands alongside their mom and Cavs guard Mo Williams, the James brothers lit up the competition for the Ohio-based North Gulf Coast Blue Chips, winning tournament championships for the fifth and third grade divisions, respectively.
Judging by the clips, 11-year-old LeBron, Jr. has a game that resembles his dad’s, complete with sweet no-look dishes, full-court outlet passes, a couple of three-pointers, and some flashy ball-handling abilities. If the youngster keeps progressing at this rapid rate, it’s not completely insane to imagine him facing-off against dad in the NBA down the line – a possibility that surely excites both father and son.
The eight-year-old Bryce mostly sinks jumpers while donning the very appropriate number of Steph Curry. If his genes are any indication, though, it’s only a matter of time until he develops the playmaking chops to accommodate his scoring prowess.
After the tournament, Big LeBron did what all basketball dads do after a successful tournament: took to Instagram to celebrate his baby boy’s successes from the weekend.