LeBron James Jr., also known as Bronny James, is the eldest son of NBA legend and Cleveland Cavaliers superstar LeBron James. As a basketball player himself, he has led his AAU level basketball team to the fourth grade national championship in Kentucky in July 2014. Despite his young age, he has earned Most Valuable Player award a number of times and received much attention from the press, as well as, impressed many coaches and colleges. He has already been compared to his father for his play style, and according to his father, shows more potential than he did when he was at his son's age. He is known for his ability to score and dribble, and also for his dunking ability. He has literally grown up around the basketball court and often shows up at Cleveland Cavaliers games alongside his brother Bryce Maximus to cheer for his father. Recently in March 2017, he showcased his talent in former NBA coach and player John Lucas' all-star weekend event, which is sort of a test for the top middle school players in America.