As insane as it might be, at 12-years-old, LeBron James Jr., much like his father, has lived up to the hype.
Cleveland Cavaliers star LeBron James is showing his sensitive side by admitting he cries during some movies and apologizing to his wife for sometimes losing sight of his family's role in his quest for greatness.
It's irresponsible to wonder if a kid will mature into a future Hall of Famer-or whether he'll even decide to pursue a professional basketball career-so let's just say the young James is better at basketball than most fellow adolescents.
"I didn't handle the ball as well as he does".
"He handles the ball exceptionally and he shoots it a lot better than I did at that age, but I've always had the ability to pass the ball". You see it on the court, from how demonstrative he is after possessions, whether they're good or bad, and you see it off the court, where LeBron spends upwards of $1 million per year to keep his body in pristine shape.
ESPN reported over the summer that James Jr. has standing offers from Kentucky and Duke.
LeBron went on to say that it's impossible for him to turn his brain off and stop thinking about basketball and the process behind it, calling it a "drug". It should be a violation.