Bronny James has been the center of attention since he declared his plans to attend USC, and even during high school.

However, support for LeBron’s oldest kid appears to be waning by the second, particularly after he declared he would enter the NBA Draft.

It was a surprising report given how poorly he performed offensively (4.8 points, 2.8 rebounds, and 2.1 assists). He does, however, have some powerful defensive abilities, which may have prompted him to try his luck. He can stay in school if things do not work out, and that appears to be the path he is on right now. According to TMZ Sports and The Ringer, organizations may choose to pass on Bronny James in the forthcoming draft.

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“Bronny isn’t anywhere near ready. He should return to school to develop at his own rate, otherwise he will get lost in the shuffle, whether or not he is playing with his father. These were the words of an anonymous NBA general manager to The Ringer this morning. Kevin O’Connor interviewed one general manager, a front office official, and a scout from different organizations to gain a better sense of Bronny and whether his skills could translate to the major leagues.

There is some hope for him because he is built and in excellent physical shape, despite his frightening cardiac condition before the season began. However, the shooting percentages remain a serious worry. “Bronny is an undersized, non-shooting guard. The shot looks decent but does not go in. “Those guys scare me the most,” the scout stated. “It’s either lack of touch or mental, and either way those take years to correct.” Bronny is currently not on the 2024 Draft board, but is expected to be a second-round pick in 2025.