NBA Insider Gives Out NBA Draft Projection On Where Bronny James Could End Up Being Selected

LeBron James wants to play with his son, but first his Son needs to get to the NBA.

But will Bronny James end up in the NBA? That’s the million dollar question. Bronny James is starting to receive more interest as a viable prospect, not just in the college ranks, but also at the NBA level. LeBron’s oldest son is currently entering his final year of high school at Sierra Canyon School in the San Fernando Valley, and he will soon figure out which college he wants to play at, with Oregon emerging as the early front runner.


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But after the younger James plays one year of college basketball, he will be eligible for the NBA draft, and already, people around the league are speculating about his draft position. On “The Wine and Gold Talk” podcast, co-host Chris Fedor believes that Bronny James could elevate his status with a pair of strong seasons at both the high school and collegiate levels.

“By all accounts, everybody that I’ve talked to around the NBA that does this for a living, that scouts this, they talk about Bronny as late first-round pick, early second-round pick type of player,” said Fedor.

“Now that could change. He could have a great season this year in high school, and then he could go somewhere to college and have a great freshman season and then the status quo changes.”

LeBron James has made it clear he wants to play a season alongside his son in the NBA. He recently signed a contract extension to remain with the Los Angeles Lakers through the 2023-24 season, with a player option for the 2024-25 campaign, which would be the earliest Bronny enters into the NBA.

LeBron’s extension timeline is all about pairing up with his son.

A late first round early second round projection is pretty good for someone with a few more years left before he’s even eligible to be drafted.


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