LeBron James Jr. Is Now Pulling Off Monster Chase-Down Blocks Just Like His Dad

He might still have another seven or eight inches to grow before he catches his dad in height, but 'Bronny' is already a defensive force.

LeBron James Jr. is evolving.

At the LA Classic Memorial Day Tournament, the 14-year-old son of the four-time NBA MVP pulled off a nasty chase-down block reminiscent of his old man:

Like Father. Like Son. Bronny with the signature James chase down block! #LAClassic pic.twitter.com/CTa9q5Kssh

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LeBron James Jr. is evolving.

At the LA Classic Memorial Day Tournament, the 14-year-old son of the four-time NBA MVP pulled off a nasty chase-down block reminiscent of his old man:

The elder James has totaled 921 blocks in his NBA career to date, with a huge number of those being of the chase-down variety. Exact numbers are hard to come by, but he's led the league in the impressive feat on multiple occasions. Jr. also threw some long assists that had to make his poppa proud:

"Bronny", as James' oldest son is colloquially known, will be a freshman at Sierra Canyon High School in Chatsworth, California this fall. The program, which finished as the top-ranked team in California by MaxPreps last season, has previously featured stars with NBA bloodlines like Scotty Pippen Jr. and Kenyon Martin Jr.

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