Next month will mark the twentieth anniversary of the night LeBron James was selected by Cleveland Cavaliers as the top pick in the 2003 NBA Draft.

The franchise-altering acquisition. In his sophomore year, LeBron led Cleveland to a 42-40 record as the team took a significant step towards ending their seven-year playoff drought. “The King” was also selected to his first All-Star team as a member of the Eastern Conference. Nevertheless, the highlight of 2004 was undoubtedly the birth of LeBron James Jr. (Bronny). 

Bronny James has grown up in the public eye, and in recent years, he’s blossomed into a 4-Star recruit with a #19 ranking amongst the incoming 2023 college basketball class. The 18-year-old combo guard averaged 13.8 points, 5.5 rebounds, 2.7 assists, and 1.8 steals per game during his senior year of High School at Sierra Canyon. On Saturday, Bronny took to Instagram and announced his intention to play the upcoming college basketball season as a member of the USC Trojans with a caption that referred to the school’s famous slogan.