WATCH: LeBron James Jr. Tears Up Defenders with Nasty Passes and Crossovers

Eleven-year-old LeBron James Jr. can ball. Check out video highlights of 'Bronny' following in his father's footsteps.

Eleven-year-old LeBron James Jr. has a lot to live up to. His dad is the best basketball player in the world. But although he will be saddled with high expectations, he has a lot of advantages—like great basketball genes and lots of opportunities to learn from the best.

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It seems that "Bronny" is using the tools available to him. He's tearing up the court, shredding defenses and winning back-to-back Ronald Searles Holiday Classic Championships. The youngster emulates his dad, making unselfish no-look passes and crazy hesitations to get open shots. Does it surprise you that college recruiters already have him on their radar?

Check out this sweet highlight video of LeBron James Jr below.


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