The sports world can hardly handle one LeBron James, but it is not far from another one bursting onto the basketball scene.

The Cleveland Cavaliers star's 10-year-old son, LeBron James Jr. (aka Bronny), shares both a name and a game with his old man. Bronny and his teammates on the nationally ranked Gulf Coast Blue Chips earned a shoutout from the elder James after taking home the championship at the Ronald Searles Holiday Classic in Houston.


Bronny shows flashes of his dad with several of his moves, including a sweet jumper in traffic at the 1:10 mark and a brilliant behind-the-back pass at 1:30. Already taller than most of his teammates, Bronny might one day meet or eclipse his father's 6-foot-8 frame.

News clips of Bronny have appeared with increasing frequency over the past few years. In 2012 he became the star of a viral video after sinking a trick shot. Earlier this year Ohio State coach Thad Matta revealed that Bronny will one day be on his recruiting radar (if he isn't already).


While his dad recently switched back to No. 23, Bronny wore No. 0 at the Searles tournament, drawing a comparison to another well-known No. 0, Russell Westbrook:

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