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LeBron James Reveals Potential Plans to Play With Son in NBA
- Updated: March 12, 2018
On Sunday night, James Jr.’s father, LeBron James, responded to a reporter’s questions regarding whether or not he would like to play with his son if he ever makes it to the NBA.
The conversation, which took place prior to the Cleveland Cavaliers’ game against the Los Angeles Lakers on Sunday, began when the reporter brought up recent videos of James Jr.’s on-court performances.
“He got a chance. He got a chance. If he stays where he at right now, along this path, he’s got a chance,” James said before the reporter brought up the possibility of the two playing together in the NBA in the future. “If he has a chance, and it seems like he can make it? Got to. You gotta do it. You got to, absolutely. As soon as we do it, boom, go ahead son, you got it from here.”
The stars would definitely have to align for both James and his son to take the NBA court together in the future. If it were to take place, it would likely not only be one of the most memorable moments in both of their lives, but also one of the most memorable moments in the history of the NBA.
Hopefully James’ hopes for his son’s future come to pass so that we can all enjoy another James era in the NBA.