The NBA world is waiting for an injury update on Bronny James. LeBron James’ son has been out for two months as he is recovering from a knee injury. The kid suffered his injury earlier this year. Will Bronny hit the floor again? He’s got the best mentor at home and LeBron will sure help him recover fast. LeBron was dealing with an injury, too. He missed 20+ games due to the high ankle strain he suffered in the game against the Atlanta Hawks.
According to multiple reports, Bronny suffered a potentially season-ending meniscus injury. The four-star prospect feels great now and doctors said he would make a 100% recovery.
Promising injury update on Bronny James
WhosNextHS went on Tik Tok to post about Bronny’s condition. This post shows that the Sierra Canyon product is cleared for basketball activities.
Max Reps has more details on Bronny:
“Sierra Canyon, which had won two straight California Interscholastic Federation Open Division championships before the pandemic ended its 2019-20 season one game short of a possible third consecutive crown, will open the Southern Section playoffs next week.
“A text Friday morning to Sierra Canyon coach Andre Chevalier to confirm James’ health status or his plans to play for the Trailblazers was not immediately returned. Sierra Canyon (10-0) is expected to be a top seed in the Open Division, which begins May 28.
“If it advances, Sierra Canyon would play in the Southern Regional, which takes place June 15-19. For a second straight year, there will be no CIF state basketball championships.”
LeBron’s son ranks No.28 overall in the 2023 recruit class per 247Sports. That’s not something you underestimate and LeBron must be proud of his son.
The king of basketball would love to share the floor with his kid. That would be like a dream come true for LeBron and his talented son.
When it comes to LeBron, he will soon play the first series of the playoffs. LeBron and the Los Angeles Lakers will take on the Phoenix Suns on Sunday, and experts predict a win for the purple and gold.