Team USA Makes Big Announcement About LeBron James’ Son Bryce

In 2024, all eyes are on the basketball prodigy Bronny James, the first-born son of the legendary LeBron James. After one season with the USC Trojans, there is much anticipation surrounding the possibility of Bronny joining his father at the Los Angeles Lakers.

However, after a challenging freshman year at USC, Bronny’s draft stock has taken a hit, with numerous mock drafts predicting him to be selected in the second round. With the Lakers holding the No. 55 overall pick, there is speculation that they may seize the opportunity to unite Bronny and LeBron on the court in the upcoming season.

But what about LeBron’s other son, Bryce James?

Bryce is a 6’4 shooting guard at Sierra Canyon and is about to go into his senior year of high school. He only ranks as a three-star recruit on 247Sports, but, like Bronny, is still one of the most talked about prospects in his class due to his dad.

Bryce Maximus James with his father, LeBron

LeBron James and Bryce James

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On Monday, Team USA announced that Bryce, along with many other top prospects in his age range, has made the U17 squad. James will join Cameron and Cayden Boozer, the twins of former NBA star Carlos Boozer.

The USABJNT shared the exciting announcement on social media, revealing that Bryce and other talented young players have successfully made the team.

In the video, Bryce can be seen wearing LeBron’s No. 23. Team USA will play in the U17 Men’s World Cup starting June 29 against France.

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