LeBron James is excited that his two-year, $85 million extension with the Los Angeles Lakers lines up with Bronny James graduating high school.

If the NBA's collective bargaining agreement gets amended to allow players to be drafted straight out of high school again, LeBron and Bronny could play in the NBA together during the 2023-24 season.

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“The best thing about it is the year I'll be a free agent will be the same year my oldest son graduates high school,” Lakers superstar LeBron James said Monday on a videoconference with reporters, via ESPN.

“So I'll have some options to see, for me personally, what I want to do forward, being around my family, being around my son more or continue to play this game I love with great health and great spirits. We'll see.”

Bronny James is a sophomore at Sierra Canyon High School in Chatsworth, California. He's 6-foot-2 and has insane passing skills, just like his dad.

LeBron James and the Lakers, who won the 2020 championship over the Miami Heat in six games, will play their first preseason game on Friday against the L.A. Clippers. The King isn't expected to play a lot in the exhibition games since the Lakers had the shortest offseason in sports history.

The Lakers begin the 2020-21 season versus the Clippers as well. LeBron and the Purple and Gold lured Montrezl Harrell away from the Clips in free agency, so that opening night game will have a lot of emotions in it.

A four-time MVP and four-time Finals MVP, LeBron averaged 25.3 points, 7.8 rebounds and 10.2 assists per game for the Lakers last season.