“Bronny Is Wet Tonight”: NBA Twitter Melts Down as Lebron James’ Son Described in Absurd Way

Published 12/05/2021, 8:30 AM EST

As one of the most famous athletes in the world, LeBron James receives a lot of media attention. James, who dons the Los Angeles Lakers jersey has established a name for himself among the fans. As a celebrity, James’ family also receives its fair share of the spotlight.

Recently his son, Bronny was at the center of a bizarre moment.

The superstar attended his son Bronny’s game at Staples Center. Bronny donned the jersey of his high school, Sierra Canyon School, against James’ alma mater, St. Vincent-St. Mary High School. A particular piece of commentary about Bronny during the game captured NBA fans’ attention. The commentator described Bronny’s performance as “wet”.

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This game at Staples Center featured some famous names with current and former NBA stars in the audience. Carmelo Anthony, Russell Westbrook, and Bronny’s godfather Chris Paul were there. Former NBA stars Metta World Peace, and Zach Randolph were also present.

It was James who hosted the high school basketball showcase event between the California and Ohio schools.

WESTWOOD, CA – SEPTEMBER 22: LeBron James and his family attend the Premiere Of Warner Bros. Pictures’ “Smallfoot” at Regency Village Theatre on September 22, 2018 in Westwood, California. (Photo by Harmony Gerber/FilmMagic)
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Reactions from NBA fans on Twitter were hysterical as they mocked the commentator for his comment on Bronny.

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A five time NBA champion LeBron James  joined the Lakers in 2018, leading them to their 2020 NBA title win. The NBA has named him as the MVP four times. He also has two Olympic gold medals with the US national men’s team.

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Shalom Saldanha

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Shalom Saldanha is an NBA writer at EssentiallySports. Currently pursuing his journalism degree, he has previously worked as a sports corresspondent for India Shorts/Business Upturn. A Giannis Antetokounmpo and Bucks fan, Shalom primarily got into the sport after discovering that he shared a mutual love for Arsenal with the 'Greek Freak'.

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