Two Schools Favored To Land LeBron James Jr.
LeBron James may be the ultimate NBA star, but his son LeBron James Jr. may be even more successful than him. Seems great, right? Now we have the top schools to land Bronny.
LeBron James signed a four-year contract with the Los Angeles Lakers, and now our focus is on his son. LeBron James Jr. caught the attention of two schools, and he is just entering high school.
Bronny is a talented kid. He’s already winning championships, and his father’s NBA fame has nothing to do with this. The 13-year-old boy has got serious skills and talent, and we can’t really say that other kids his age are as talented as he is.
Oddsmakers have just made a few predictions, and some of them are already guessing Bronny’s future plans. Bets are out, and we have the names of top colleges and teams.
Bookmaker.eu says that the Kentucky Wildcats and Duke Blue Devils are Bronny’s top favorites.
Kentucky and Duke have best odds to land LeBron James Jr. https://t.co/v1MJEunyx5
— Jason Marcum (@marcum89) July 25, 2018
Duke has great chances of landing Bronny at -150. Kentucky comes at second position at +160, Kansas is next at +900, North Carolina is at +1000, and UCLA at the last position at +1200. What are your bets?
Let’s not forget that Kentucky and Duke have a spot at the very top of the recruitment rankings. “Duke fans may have missed out on LeBron James donning a Duke jersey in 2003, but could they soon have the next best thing in Bronny?” read the tweet posted by Duke Basketball.
Duke fans may have missed out on LeBron James donning a Duke jersey in 2003, but could they soon have the next best thing in Bronny?https://t.co/lUI9q4vE2v
— Duke Basketball (@dukebasketball) July 24, 2018
This is great news for the proud father, too. LeBron is thrilled with the idea of playing with his son. It’s like a dream come true. ““You want to ask me what is the greatest achievement of my life? If I’m on the same court as my son in the NBA. That would be number one in my lifetime as an NBA player. I’ve thought about it because my son is about to be 14, and he might be able to get in there a little earlier,” he said of his son.
Do you agree with the oddsmakers?