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Watch LeBron James' Son Dominate The Competition And Impress Chris Paul With His Passing Skills


Newsflash people: LeBron James' son is actually very good at basketball. Who would've thought!?

James' son, who happens to share the same name as his father, has been running the AAU circuit around the country for the past couple of weeks after leading his middle-school team to the title back in his home state of Ohio.

James Jr. appeared in Houston this past weekend for the John Lucas All-Star Weekend, and unsurprisingly, was the best player in attendance.

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LeBron Jr.’s godfather, who happens to be Houston Rockets guard Chris Paul, even found time to attend one of his games, illustrating just how entertaining his game is.

Reminder: This kid is only 13 years of age, and is already being recruited by some of the biggest college basketball programs in the nation, including Duke and Kentucky.

It certainly helps that he has LeBron James as a father to guide him as he grows up, and many LeBron James fans are hoping that Bronny breaks the trend of all-time NBA great's children being duds once they enter the league.