Will LeBron James Play With His Son At Los Angeles Lakers? Bronny James' Agent Offers Massive Update

Bronny James has emerged as a real prospect ahead of the NBA draft. Will he be brought in by the Los Angeles Lakers so he can feature alongside his father LeBron James?
LeBron James is seen with his son Bronny James

LeBron James is seen with his son Bronny James

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Bronny James has been tipped as one of the most promising prospects in the NBA draft. LeBron James’ son has already hogged the limelight since he registered himself for the NBA draft for the next season.
Several teams have been linked as a potential destination for the 19-year-old who also enlisted his name with the NCAA transfer portal. Bronny was reportedly invited by the Phoenix Suns for a workout ahead of the NBA draft.
LA Lakers have also been mooted as a possible destination for the youngster as his father happens to be a part of the NBA side. The four-time NBA championship winner expressed his desire to play with his son at least once before his retirement.
LeBron does have the player option to extend his contract with the Lakers but the prospect of sharing the court with his son might be too lucrative to turn down. Bronny impressed at the NBA Draft Combine in Chicago with his shooting ability. He also ended up being the second player in two 3-point shooting drills.
Bronny’s agent Rich Paul spoke up on the possibility of the youngster joining the Lakers.
In an interaction with ESPN, he said, "The Lakers need to look at Bronny like everyone else.
"If they value him enough and he's there, that's great. If it's not the Lakers, that's great. I won't be mad if it's not. It's obvious that people hear the conversation around the dad and son playing together, but that's not our focus. If it happens organically, great. I'm not building on that.
"I'm not putting unrealistic expectations on Bronny. He's far from a finished product. But he has a hell of start. He's positioned well. ... I don't see him not getting drafted, but if it got to a point where the situations didn't make sense and we needed to go undrafted, that's fine."
Bronny’s college debut was delayed due to a cardiac arrest. He had a decent season as he averaged 4.8 points, 2.8 rebounds and 2.1 assists per game. He played an average of 19.4 minutes in every match.
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