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NBA Draft: Bronny James Reveals His Favorite Player in the NBA

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The 2024 NBA Draft is just around the corner, and basketball fans are eagerly awaiting the next generation of talent. Among the prospects is Bronny James, son of NBA superstar LeBron James. In a recent pre-draft interview, Bronny was asked about his all-time favorite NBA player, and his answer surprised no one: he chose his father.

Bronny James: Navigating Expectations and Draft Prospects

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A tweet from reputable NBA news source @nbafuturenow has ignited a wave of speculation surrounding Bronny James, the son of NBA legend LeBron James.

The tweet, reads: “You’ll never guess Bronny’s favorite playerThe 2024 #NBADraft presented by State Farm begins Wednesday, June 26 at 8pm/et on ABC/ESPN  

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This cryptic message has captivated basketball fans, sparking discussions and theories about who might hold that esteemed position in Bronny’s eyes.

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Bronny James’s Choice

NBA Draft: Bronny James Reveals His Favorite Player in the NBA - THE SPORTS ROOM

When asked to name his favourite player, past or present, Bronny James reacted with apparent disbelief. He promptly chose LeBron, breaking into laughter. It’s a heartwarming choice, considering the impact LeBron has had on the game and the inspiration he provides to young players like Bronny.

Fans React

However, NBA fans on social media weren’t entirely convinced. Many asserted that Bronny wanted to name another player but refrained from doing so to avoid controversy. Some even joked that he should have picked one of his father’s rivals or a top competitor in the NBA GOAT debate. Regardless, it’s clear that Bronny’s admiration for LeBron runs deep.

The Draft Outlook

Bronny is projected as a second-round pick in the upcoming draft, with most major publications pegging him to the Los Angeles Lakers. His pre-draft process has been well-documented, and he’s entrenched with the franchise. If he ends up playing alongside his father, it’ll be a dream come true for the 19-year-old prospect.

 

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