LeBron James Jr. is only a 12-year-old and the kid is already in a league of his own. Yes, his father is arguably one of the greatest players to ever play, but have you seen him?
His handles and vision are so good for someone his age. These poor kids never stood a chance...
In June of 2016, it was reported that the youngster received offers from Duke and Kentucky. With many college players leaving for the NBA early, there's a chance that father and his son could play together.
LeBron James is currently 32, so he would be 39 when his son is eligible to play in the NBA.
Even though he has multiple NBA titles and MVP awards, it wouldn't be too surprising to see him stick it out for an opportunity to play with his son before he retires.