LeBron James Helped Coach His Son’s Team to a Big Win
July 19, 2018
LeBron James is probably the only person you want to coach your team. He’s got skills, talent and experience. King James is a devoted husband and father of three. He enjoys spending time with his family despite his tight basketball schedule. I mean, it’s LeBron James. But, this man still finds time to help his son and the boy’s team.
LeBron James Jr. loved the way his father hangs around his team. The 13-year-old kid made quite a show at the USBA National Championships in Charlotte. Oh, and let’s not forget the coach.
The big LeBron appeared in the Queen City, and he did so right on time. The NBA star attended Bronny’s game against the Connecticut Select. The rest of the family was there, too. Yes, they all showed up to watch the talented kid play his game.
The North Coast Blue Chips won the game with a 89-32 win. Oh, and LeBron? He helped around, and those coaching duties were the best thing he has ever accepted.
LeBron gathered the team during each timeout, and offered the best of all advises. The kids listened carefully, and won the game. It’s not like LeBron was only interested in his son’s game. He focused on each and all players, and the team got pretty far during the game.
One of the best moments was seeing LeBron’s attempt at Collin Sexton’s defense turn into a dance session with Zhuri. Super cute!
We’re looking forward to more events of this kind. Other basketball players can do the same for those young talented boys. They have more experience in the game after all. LeBron James did his professional thing, and it worked for the Blue Chips.
Maybe we’ll get to see the father and his son rocking the same basketball court in near future.
Radmila graduated with a degree in Translation & Interpreting. She is an NBA and NFL writer for The Ball Zone, and has been covering popular sports topics for several years. A loyal Lakers fan, she puts energy into reporting big roster moves, potential trades, on-court-accomplishments, and off-court rumors.