Good news:”Bronny James’ Progress: LeBron’s Son Impresses at NBA Draft Combine, Hits 12 Consecutive 3-Pointers”…Read more.

“Bronny James, USC Freshman and Son of LeBron James, Takes Part in NBA Draft Combine in Chicago, Aiming to Boost Draft Prospects. Despite Not Being Projected as a First-Round Pick in CBS Sports’ Latest Mock Draft, James Makes Waves on Day One with Impressive Performances.

On Monday, James showcased his sharpshooting skills by hitting 19 out of 25 3-pointers in the shooting drill, with an impressive streak of 12 consecutive shots from beyond the arc. Earlier in the day, he also recorded a max vertical of 40.5 inches. According to The Athletic’s Shams Charania, James is likely to stay in the draft after being medically cleared by the NBA’s Fitness to Play Panel following a cardiac arrest incident last summer.”

James will participate in all predraft activities, including this week’s NBA Draft Combine where he will receive a ton of attention. He is one of 78 players who were invited to participate in the NBA Draft Combine.

James announced last month that he was entering the NBA Draft and the transfer portal, but it appears his college career is over after just one season.

“Although James had until May 29, the NCAA’s withdrawal deadline, to choose between staying in the draft or returning for his sophomore year, he opted to make his decision ahead of schedule. While the NBA’s withdrawal deadline is June 16, the NCAA operates on its own timeline, with a rule stating that the deadline is 10 days after the conclusion of the NBA Draft Combine. This year, the 2024 NBA Draft is scheduled for June 26-27.”

The Athletic reported last month that the Lakers are “open to the prospect” of drafting Bronny. The Lakers will have the 17th overall pick in the 2024 NBA Draft, which could be conveyed to the Pelicans as part of the Anthony Davis trade in 2019. Los Angeles holds its own second-round pick in this summer’s draft.

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