LeBron James Jr. continues to shine

While LeBron Jr. has already shown passing skills beyond his years, we got a glimpse of his range in this highlight video.

In case you haven’t noticed by now, LeBron James’ 13-year-old son, LeBron James Jr., is an absurdly talented young basketball player. LeBron Jr. showed off for Chris Paul in Day 1 of the John Lucas All-Star Weekend in Houston, and he continued to stun NBA guards as the tournament continued into Day 2.

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Playing for the North Coast Blue Chips, LeBron Jr. took on Drive Nation, which is coached by former LeBron Sr. teammate Mo Williams. The ex-Cavs guard had some lighthearted trash talk for the younger James ahead of the semifinal matchup, but LeBron Jr. would have the last laugh. The 13-year-old went on to lead his team to a tournament championship. His highlights from the day were incredible.

While LeBron Jr. has already shown passing skills beyond his years, we got a glimpse of his range in this highlight video. He showed the ability to knock down some deep 3s. After all, LeBron Sr. had said his son is a better shooter than he was at the same age.

The Blue Chips defeated Mo Williams’ squad, 64-62, and went on to win the tournament with another two-point win.

The spelling could use some work, but it’s OK. He’s only in seventh grade.

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