Bronny James Jr. is currently in the midst of making a big decision about his future. Overall, it appears as though he is down to three colleges. Those programs are USC, Oregon, and Ohio State. No matter where he goes, he will be the most high-profile player in all of college basketball. Consequently, the expectations are going to be high, and there will be all sorts of NBA chatter. After all, his dad has made it clear that he wants to play with him. That would be an incredible sight to see, and we will likely get to bare witness to it as early as Fall 2024.
Firstly, Bronny must compete in the McDonald's All-American game today. It is a showcase of some of the best high school talents in the country. Although this won't affect his recruitment, there is no denying he will want to have a good showing. He is playing the best in the country, and the fans want to see him hold his own. Yesterday, that is exactly what he did in the Powerade JamFest. This is a dunk contest that allows for the selected teenagers to showcase just how creative they can be.
Bronny Continues To Impress
Bronny certainly made an amazing impression with his efforts throughout the competition. His best dunk involved his younger brother Bryce, who was used as a prop of sorts. In the video up above, you can see Bronny jump over his brother for the slam. Overall, it was a spectacular display of athleticism. Moreover, Savannah James was in the crowd and she immediately gave her son a 10/10. Unfortunately, Bronny was unable to win the showcase as he missed his final attempts in the last round.
No matter what, Bronny was able to show the fans that he can do incredible things with the basketball. Perhaps we will even get to see him in the dunk contest one day. A G-League star won it this past year, so it's not like Bronny would be out of place as a youngster in the league. Let us know what you thought of his dunks, in the comments down below.