LeBron James and his son Bronny were able to share a few wholesome moments after the Los Angeles Lakers played against the Oklahoma City Thunder. This game was expected to generate quite a lot of revenue. Especially, considering that the King was on the cusp of making history and breaking a record that many people thought could never be broken again.
We are clearly talking about the honor of being the NBA’s All-Time leading scorer. As fans will certainly be aware, LeBron broke this record against the OKC Thunder by scoring an impressive 38 points, 7 rebounds, and 3 assists.
Although the Lakers ended up losing afterward he was spotted having a lighthearted conversation with his eldest son Bronny. Whom we all know is also trying his hand at becoming an NBA player. Fans must certainly want to know more about this interaction and what the 4x NBA champion was discussing with his young son.
LeBron James and Bronny were discussing his fade-away shot to surpass Kareem Abdul-Jabbar
We should keep in mind that while LeBron James is undoubtedly a veteran and old man in the league, he is still very young and heart and mind. This is observable considering that he spends so much time with his young sons and doesn’t feel awkward or from a different generation.
Although it came in an unfortunate loss, LeBron put on a spectacular show on the night he surpassed Kareem Abdul Jabbar. He scored 38 points, 7 rebounds, and 3 assists, playing just 34 minutes of this game. That was all it took for him to make history.
As King James came closer to breaking this record, several fans and experts speculated as to which shot he would use to break the record. Some assumed it would be a drive and a dunk. Others thought a three-pointer is more likely at this juncture in LeBron’s career. He surprised all these fans and critics alike by shooting a smooth fadeaway, similar to the ones we have seen from Kobe Bryant and Michael Jordan in the past.
He later sat down with Bronny to rewatch this exact moment and relive his feelings of euphoria and accomplishment. LeBron shared with Bronny that he wanted the video kept safely, in case he felt like watching it at some other point in time.
“Oh, that’s tough…Oh, that’s tough, you got that saved? Yo, send that to me that’s tough.”
Dope moment between LeBron and Bronny pic.twitter.com/s52ePrRdu9
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LeBron has been keeping the Lakers relevant and worth watching this NBA season. While the team has struggled a lot, he has undoubtedly continued playing at an elite level in Year 20. We hope that Bronny fulfills his request and sends him a video of him making the shot to change NBA history.
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