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Bronny James could be coached by a former NBA player in college

By James Brown

Bronny James could be coached by a former NBA player in college

He is currently the head coach at the University of Memphis

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With just over two years to go, Bronny James, the eldest son of LeBron James, could be eligible, if everything goes smoothly, for the NBA. Everything seems to indicate that LeBron James' firstborn will go to college, unlike his father who made the jump from high school directly to the NBA. Offers and rumors are the order of the day and now Bronny James has been linked to a new college.

Penny Hardaway, despite numerous injury problems, is one of the most talented players to ever step on a basketball court. 4 times All-Star, 2 times on the league's Best Team, and 1 NBA Finals with Shaquille O'Neal's Orlando Magic in 1995 are his main accomplishments. But no he become a great coach at Memphis college.

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Today he is the head coach at the University of Memphis. Bronny James would not be the first talented rookie to pass through his hands in recent years. James Wiseman, Jalen Duren or Emoni Bates are outstanding examples. That's one of the reasons why we can think that Bronny James could end up there.

Another big reason is the father's admiration for Penny, LeBron James, one of the greatest legends in NBA history, who in 2019 said, "Penny was one of his favorite players of mine growing up. My idol was Michael Jordan but I wanted to be like Penny."With this context we can think that LeBron James would support Bronny James coming to Memphis.

 

The biggest prize 

Everyone is keeping an eye on the biggest of LeBron James' sons. Besides the fact that he is an excellent player and has great talent, everything seems to indicate that the team that gets little Bronny James will win the biggest prize; LeBron James, who has already stated that his intention is to play with his sons before retiring from the NBA. No doubt it will not be easy because LeBron would have to play at least until he is 41 years old.

 

 

 

 


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