Los Angeles Lakers superstar LeBron James is playing some of the best basketball of his career at age 37. With his career likely nearing its end, fans have been clamoring over the idea of seeing James play with his first-born son, Bronny. It's something LeBron has previously spoken on, and when it was brought up again, James revealed his tune hasn't changed. Via Bleacher Report, LeBron said on Uninterrupted that he still hopes to team up with his son in the future.

If LeBron truly wants to play with his son, he'll have to wait until at least 2024, the first year when Bronny would be eligible to enter the NBA Draft. Of course, that would require Bronny to have what it takes to make it to the league.

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Bronny is a highly-ranked high school player, playing for Sierra Canyon HS in Los Angeles. 247Sports ranks him as a four-star recruit and the No. 38 player in the Class of 2023. The Sierra Canyon star is ranked as the country's sixth-best combo guard, and the No. 6 overall player out of the state of California.

As it stands, LeBron will become an unrestricted free agent in 2023. Ideally, he could sign a one-year deal with a club, and then join whatever team ends up drafting Bronny when he (hopefully) enters the league in 2024. LeBron would be 39 by the time Bronny made it to the league, due to turn 40 that December, so it would give him the chance to suit up alongside Bronny before his retirement, whenever that comes.

For now, LeBron's focus is on achieving success with the Lakers and turning around their slow start to the season, however, as Bronny's NBA future inches closer, LeBron will have some key decisions to make.