LeBron James might regret naming his first-born son after himself because of all the pressure that comes with being LeBron James Jr., but it looks like 13-year old Bronny is ready and willing to live up to the hype.

Ahead of the North Coast Blue Chips' semifinal game at the Bigfoot Hoops Las Vegas Classic over the weekend, Bronny threw down his first dunk (on video) during layup lines. The 13-year old rising star did it with style too, catching an alley-oop off the bounce and flushing it clean with one hand.

Check out the footage in the video embedded below.

In one of the first preview clips for LeBron's new HBO show "The Shop," The four-time NBA MVP revealed that he regrets naming his son LeBron Jr. and discussed the pressure he feels just watching his kids play basketball.

"I still regret giving my 14-year-old my name," LeBron says on the debut episode of "The Shop."

"Watching my boys play ball, last year was the first year I really had some time to watch them play in the summer, like really sat down, went to four or five tournaments," he says.

"I'm sitting there and I'm watching the game, and I feel my hands just start sweating, I feel my chest start sweating. I'm like, what is this? 10 year olds out here hooping, why you feeling like this? Then it went from just sitting there ... then it went from me sitting on the bench to me getting in an argument."