James' son, LeBron James Jr., is in the eighth grade right now. The earliest James Jr. could play in the NBA would be during the 2024-25 season if he only plays one season of college basketball.
LeBron James told @tferriss he wants to see the floor with Bronny, meaning he’d play in the league for at least another 5-6 years (via The Tim Ferriss Show podcast): https://t.co/AcHVDWk4ev pic.twitter.com/qsREioSgef
— Jovan Buha (@jovanbuha) November 28, 2018
LeBron James turns 34 in December. The four-time MVP signed a four-year deal with the Lakers in July. LeBron is built like Superman and has never had a serious injury during his legendary career. The King has said he's only going to continue to play if he's able to produce at a high-level, which means if he's not the best player in the game still, LeBron isn't going to play.
That being said, LeBron doesn't look like he's slowing down at all. He entered Tuesday averaging 28.3 points, 7.9 rebounds and 6.9 assists per game. To see James share an NBA court with his son would be a historic event. No father and son have ever shared an NBA court together before.
LeBron James Jr. is going to be heavily recruited this season by colleges. He's already dunking and has the same stellar vision as his dad.