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Video: LeBron James Jr. Gets His First Dunk at Age 13
- Updated: July 30, 2018
LeBron James Jr. continues to prove that the apple has not fallen very far from the tree.
On Sunday, prior to a North Coast Blue Chips’ game in the Bigfoot Hoops Las Vegas Classic, James lobbed a basketball up for a one-handed alley-oop and brought the crowd to its feet when he slammed the ball home.
For the 13-year-old baller, it was no small feat.
Once James begins high school and starts playing at a higher level, the basketball world will start to get a better picture of how he stacks up against the rest of the next generation of basketball stars.
Considering this dunk and many other signs of his talent that fans have seen over the last few years, it seems possible that one day there will be another James in the NBA.