LeBron James of the Cleveland Cavaliers sits with his children, LeBron Jr., Zhuri and Bryce, during the postgame press conference after defeating the Golden State Warriors on June 19, 2016, to win the NBA Finals in Oakland, Calif.
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LeBron James Jr. isn't just named after his NBA Finals MVP dad—he's also showing signs of being an outstanding player at the age of 11. Nicknamed "Bronny," James' oldest son is already following in his father's footsteps. But his father probably didn't have colleges scouting him at 11 years old.

According to ESPN, Bronny has already received standing scholarship offers from both Kentucky and Duke.

Just in case you didn't know about Bronny's skills, take a look at the video below.


I'm still torn about these colleges scouting young boys. They're already trying to calculate how much money they can make off him.