Tuesday, August 9, 2022

The NBA/New York Times Pay Attention To James Huang’s Eldest Son’s Tendency, And More Likely To Enter The NCAA

LeBron James’ eldest son, Bronie, is entering his senior year, which means he’s starting to think about his next move in his basketball career, whether or not to move to the NCAA.nbaDevelopment Alliance or the newly established Overtime Elite Alliance,new York TimesThe latest news says that Bronie’s chances of getting into college basketball are on the rise.

Ed Estevan, the Brownies’ AAU team coach, said: “A lot of college coaches now know he’s interested in going to college, and they think he’ll play in the NCAA, and the phone starts ringing like crazy.” The report also noted that Brown’s Nigerian talent is not at the highest level in the United States, and it is likely that he will leave well-known schools for better development opportunities.

The New York Times noted that Memphis, coached by retired NBA star Penny Hardaway, is an option. Another possibility is Michigan, where coach Juwan Howard has a close relationship with his father.ohioDuquesne University and Rutgers University, both coached by instructors from James High School, were also named in the report.


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