Look: LeBron James Wears Amazing Shirt Making Bronny James’ First Dunk
August 24, 2018
LeBron James is as proud as he can get, and this time he honored his son’s first dunk.
LeBron Bronny James Jr. is making the same footsteps as his dad. He’s already winning championships, and his first dunk is nothing like the stuff you see in regular school games. Well, Bronny may become even greater than his dad.
The 13-year-old kid dunks like a master, and that’s not how other kids play. It’s more than clear that Bronny accepts whatever advice his father gives him, and yes, genes matter, too.
In honor of Bronnie’s first dunk, King James wore an amazing T-shirt. It’s just something that proud fathers do. He was even coaching the kid’s team so they can achieve success in the championship.
The shirt is out of this world. It shows a caricature of Bronny performing his first dunk. This will give them a nice laugh once Bronny gets older.
The only thing that stands for sure is the fact that we’ve never seen anything like this, and it’s probably one-of-a-kind sample. Maybe LeBron did one shirt and will keep it for himself.
Seeing your kid grow into a star is a big deal. LeBron may be super busy at the moment, but he always finds time to celebrate his kids’ success. He knows that Bronny will be a superstar. You can see it in your eyes. And yes, he will sure give his best to help them on the way to fame.
“I still regret giving my 14-year-old my name because of that. Like, when I was younger I didn’t have a dad. So my whole deal was, when I have a kid, not only is he going to be a junior, I’m gonna do everything that this man didn’t do. They’re going to experience things I didn’t experience. The only thing I can do is give them the blueprint and it’s up to them to take their own course whenever that time comes,” LeBron said of his kids.
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.