Bronny James, the son of NBA legend LeBron James, has been cleared by doctors to return to basketball after suffering a cardiac arrest four months ago. The Southern California freshman was seen warming up with his teammates before their game against No. 11 Gonzaga in the Las Vegas Invitational. He was in high spirits, knocking down seven consecutive 3-pointers and even joining an assistant coach for an impromptu dance move on the sideline. James also wowed the crowd with a one-handed dunk, showing that he is getting closer to making his collegiate debut.
According to a family spokesperson, James was expected to have a final evaluation with USC staff before resuming practice next week. He will then be able to play in games “soon after.” Despite not being able to play in the game, James cheered on his teammates from the bench, showing his support for the Trojans.
LeBron James, who plays for the Los Angeles Lakers, has expressed his commitment to attending his son’s college debut, even if it means skipping a Lakers game. USC’s next home game is scheduled for December 10, which falls during a six-day break for the Lakers before they head to Texas for three straight games. This would give LeBron the opportunity to watch his son play before the Trojans hit the road for four straight games.
Bronny James suffered a cardiac arrest in July during a workout at Galen Center and was found to have a congenital heart defect that was treatable. Despite this setback, he has made a remarkable recovery and is now on the verge of returning to the court. His journey has been an inspiring one, and his resilience and determination have been an inspiration to many. As he prepares to make his collegiate debut, there is no doubt that he will have the full support of his family, teammates, and fans.
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