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Baron Davis welcomes LeBron James Jr. to high school alma mater

Baron Davis, LeBron James Jr.

Former NBA star Baron Davis welcomed LeBron James Jr. to his high school alma mater Crossroads School for Arts & Sciences, one of the most renowned schools in the Santa Monica area.

Bronny followed his father’s free-agency-rattling four-year, $154 million commitment to sign with the Los Angeles Lakers by enrolling in eighth grade and making himself available to star for the middle school team, paving the way for his varsity stint as one of the best regarded local prospects.

Davis starred at Crossroads before committing to UCLA, playing two seasons before declaring for the 1999 NBA Draft and being selected third overall by the Charlotte Hornets.

Crossroads has also paved the way for many of L.A.’s finest in the entertainment business, including Jack Black, Kate Hudson, Gwyneth Paltrow, Maya Rudolph, and Jonah Hill.

Bronny won’t be shy of star teammates during his time at Crossroads, as others like Shaquille O’Neal’s son, Shareef, played for the school with plenty of success to boast about.