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'It's all his fault, all of it,' S. A. Smith goes hard on LeBron wanting the media to leave Bronny alone

LeBron James recently asked for the media to have patience on Bronny, but ESPN's Stephen A. Smith gives the Lakers star a reality check

By James Brown

Stpehen A. Smith, Bronny and LeBron James
Stpehen A. Smith, Bronny and LeBron James
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The future of Bronny James in the NBA has caught a lot of attention from the media and fans but primarily has to do with how the LA Lakers superstar has been selling his son, even saying sometimes that his son is a better player than some in the league, now it has backlash on him and the younger James.

With the possibility of Bronny James entering the NBA Draft in 2025 instead of 2024 like it was set to happen, the young James has received some criticism on the low level of game he has shown up and LeBron wrote the following message on his Twitter only to erase it later:

"Can y'all please just let the kid be a kid and enjoy college basketball? The work and results will ultimately do the talking no matter what he decides to do. If y'all don't know he doesn't care what a mock draft says, he just WORKS! Earned Not Given!"

But many in the media have reacted to the now deleted LeBron James post as the Lakers superstar has been the one making the media give attention to his son Bronny James, and the comparison he has made on several occasions on Bronny being better than some NBA players and even over some of his teammates have earned that backlash.

Stephen A. Smith gives LeBron James a reality check on the Bronny backlash

"This is all his fault. All of it... You're gonna tweet about folks needing to leave your son alone? You did that... Own it. It's you. It's not the media. LeBron is entirely and completely culpable for any kind of critique coming in Bronny's direction." Said the ESPN's analyst Stephen A. Smith.

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