Days After LeBron James’ Son Bronny Makes Major Life Decision, Dennis Rodman’s Son Follows the Path

Published 05/10/2023, 1:20 AM EDT

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The expectations set on the offsprings of NBA superstars are usually sky-high, and that was the case for the kids of LeBron James and Dennis Rodman as well. James’ son Bronny recently announced his much-awaited college decision after his successful high school stint with Sierra Canyon. After sharing the court with Zaire Wade, son of Dwyane Wade, Bronny is all set to team up with another kid of an NBA legend. Dennis Rodman Jr., who was a part of Washington State for the last three years, had a massive update for his final collegiate season. 

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Rodman Jr. committed to the Washington State Cougars in 2019. While the Cougars didn’t have much team success, DJ earned a lot of plaudits. With one year left in his college career, the 22-year-old has decided to transfer to USC.

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Recently, the Los Angeles Lakers legend LeBron James and his Savannah proudly announced Bronny’s selection to the University of South Carolina. The 18-year-old rising star will represent the USC Trojans at the collegiate level. Days after the update, Dennis Rodman Jr. took to his Instagram and announced his transfer to the Trojans as well.

 

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Rodman Jr. posted pictures of him donning the Trojans jerseys and captioned, All these ups and downs, lefts and rights led me to Fight On.” DJ finished his senior season with the Cougars averaging 9.6 points and 5.8 rebounds. He will be a solid addition to the revamped roster of USC.

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Notably, Rodman currently lives with his mother, Michelle Moyer, and considers her as both his father and mother. On Father’s Day, he shared a picture of his mom and captioned, “Happy Father’s Day to the one who help me grow up to the person I am today and played both father and mother figures for my whole life.” However, Rodman Jr.’s relationship with the Chicago Bulls legend hasn’t been the greatest one. Moreover, the Worm himself admitted that he failed as a father and a husband during his NBA Hall of Fame speech. 

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Bronny’s journey ahead and a proud moment

Hours after the college announcement, another exciting news hit the James family by surprise. According to several NBA scouts, Bronny has solidified himself as a sure-shot NBA player in the future

Moreover, he created history with the record-breaking NIL valuation of $5.9 Million, highest among the college-level athletes. The hype and expectations of college-level basketball took a new high after the announcement of two-star kids taking the court. However, fans have to wait to witness the rising stars progressing toward the biggest basketball league in the country.

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What do you make of Bronny James and Dennis Rodman Jr. sharing the court for the same team? Will they make it to the big league together? Let us know in the comments below. 

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Shahul Hameed is an NBA writer at EssentiallySports, where he brings his passion for sports and entertainment journalism to life. With a Master's Degree in journalism from a reputed institute and years of experience in the industry, Shahul always strives to provide insightful and astute coverage of the NBA to the fans. Shahul's love for sports writing dates back to his college days.
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