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LeBron James Jr. Drops 27 Points In High School Debut

Due to a California state rule, LeBron James Jr., affectionately known as Bronny, is not allowed to play high school varsity basketball this season, his first in Los Angeles, because he is a freshman. Instead, he’s relegated to unleashing terror at the junior varsity level, and he did just that in his debut for Crossroads School.

Bronny, who is still just 14, dropped 27 points on Monday night, leading Crossroads to a 61-48 victory with his proud father in attendance.

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