LeBron James Expresses Anxiety Watching Son Bronny Play for USC, Criticizes College Basketball

The Anxiety of Watching: LeBron James Discusses the Challenges of College Basketball and Supporting His Son Bronny

LeBron James, the superstar of the Los Angeles Lakers, recently discussed his feelings about college basketball on the “Mind the Game” podcast with JJ Redick. He revealed that it gives him anxiety to watch his son, Bronny James, play at USC this season. In an interview, LeBron expressed that watching a 40-minute college basketball game is hard for him and causes him more anxiety and stress than anything else in his life.

During the podcast episode, LeBron further elaborated on why he finds the college game increasingly challenging to watch. He criticized the decision-making of some coaches, particularly when they throw the ball into the post for a big player who is not skilled in that area. According to LeBron, the ball should only go into the post if the player can effectively flatten the defense or create dynamic offensive opportunities.

Bronny James had a challenging season at USC, playing 25 games after recovering from a health scare that occurred at the start of his college career. His stats for the season were modest, and now he faces a decision about whether to declare for the 2024 NBA Draft or return for another season at USC, following its transition to the Big Ten. LeBron James expressed that he supports his son’s decisions and will weigh all their options before making a choice.

LeBron’s support for his son’s decisions was evident during the recent NBA All-Star Game Weekend, where he mentioned that they will go through the draft process and consider all factors before making a decision.

Regardless of what Bronny chooses, LeBron is determined to support him on his journey, whether he continues in college or takes

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