All-time NBA leading scorer LeBron James' son Bronny James has showed his spectacular athletic abilities in his first high school Slam Dunk contest on Monday night. The young baller from Sierra Canyon High School in California, raised eyebrows as he slammed over his brother Bryce Maximus at the Powerade Jamfest Dunk contest.
The Powerade Jamfest competitions started at the Delmar Athletic Complex in Houston, Texas on Monday with many young talents showed their skills in Slam Dunk and Three-Point contests as Centennial's Jared Mccain won the three-point contest while Montverde's Sean Stewart won the dunk contest, a double delight for Duke.
Bronny, who came second in the dunk contest, brought out his younger brother Bryce and slammed over him in his fourth attempt to battle it out with Sean Stewart in the final. Both the finalists have one thing in common that both are sons of former Cavaliers stars.
Watch the dunk:
Watch Bronny's first funk in his debut contest:
Bronny is considered among the top draft prospects for the next season as the 18-year-old point guard has risen up to the ninth spot in the ESPN’s mock drafts ranking. The McDonald's All-American Boys Game is scheduled to take place on Tuesday, March 28 while the Girls Game will take place before the Boys game.
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