Bronny James Makes His College Debut With Dominant Block and a 3 Pointer As Proud Father LeBron James Watches in Attendance

Published 12/10/2023, 4:42 PM EST

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The USC Trojans take on the Long Beach State 49ers as their next opponents in their Pac-12 campaign. Winning 5 out of their 8 games so far in the competition, USC will be looking to put on an impressive show on their home turf. Currently ranked No.9 in the competition, Andy Enfield’s team has had a mixed season so far.

However, the talk of the town is the return of their 6 ft 4 in shooting guard—Bronny James. The All-American guard is expected to make the most hyped collegiate debut with his father LeBron James in attendance at the Galen Center.

Bronny James makes his debut


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Addressing the media, Head coach Andy Enfield provided further details about Bronny’s comeback. He said, “It’s just going to be a feel for how the game’s going, how he’s playing, how he feels physically. Sunday will be very emotional for him as well as his teammates. But as the game progresses, I think he’ll settle in, and we’ll just play it half by half and see where he is.”

This is the first time in five months that we’ll get to see the eldest son of NBA icon LeBron James making his appearance on the court.


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Unfortunately, Bronny suffered from a cardiac arrest during a practice session at USC on July 24th. Following this, he had to undergo treatment for his congenital heart defect. As per sources, the freshman guard will be coming off the bench on his debut for the Trojans. USC made an official announcement about his availability on Sunday morning. Apparently, the medical staff cleared him after his first two full-contact practices on Thursday and Friday.

Bronny wasted no time in showcasing his high-flying moves in front of the crowd.

Bronny gives a glimpse of his ingrained talent


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Minutes after his introduction, Bronny prevented a dunk which was good enough to astonish the King himself. In addition to this, he also landed a delightful 3-pointer in the second half. He started showing what he’s made of as the game progressed further. The crowd witnessed his smooth movement and control over the ball.

He even managed to land an awesome free throw, leading the game to go into overtime. Unfortunately, he ended up on the losing side with 4 points to go with 3 rebounds and 2 assists.

Bonny James has just given us a preview of what he can bring to the table for the Trojans. The 19-year-old has proved that he has the spirit and the heart of a warrior following his recovery. Further, fans would love to see him contribute to USC in the upcoming NCAA matches.


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