The four-time NBA champion and the all-time leading scorer in the NBA, Lebron James recently missed his former Miami Heat teammate and close friend Dwayne Wade's Hall of Fame induction as many believed the Lakers star was absent from the event due to his son Bronny James' health issues. Rece ntly, the father-son duo of Lebron and Bronny was spotted at Drake's Los Angeles concert on Monday.
Lebron's eldest son Bronny had to be rushed to an ICU after he collapsed during basketball practice at the University of Southern California last month. After a few days, Bronny was discharged from the Cedars-Sinai Medical Center and made his first public appearance with his father and brother Bryce.
Drake and 21 Savage continued to have superstars arriving as special guests for their “It’s All A Blur” tour. The OVO mogul brought Lebron and Bronny to his Crypto.com Arena concert as fans go wild seeing the Lakers star in attendance. While making their way to the center stage, Drake also signed a copy of his poetry book for a fan.
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While LeBron attended Drake's concert with his son, many called out the Lakers star for missing out on Dwayne Wade's HOF induction. Amongst them, Stephen A. Smith said on his podcast, "I never thought in my wildest dreams that LeBron James would not be in attendance for the Hall of Fame induction of Dwyane Wade of all people. He was there two years ago when Chris Bosh was in the Hall of Fame. Maybe something personal happened, I don't know."
James won his first two NBA championships with Wade in Miami and brought the same blueprint to give the Cleveland Cavaliers their first-ever championship in the NBA in 2016.