Bronny James averaged 4.8 points and 2.8 rebounds during his freshman season at USC.

Los Ange­les, CA — In a sur­pris­ing move, Bron­ny James, the son of NBA leg­end LeBron James, has announced his deci­sion to declare for the 2024 NBA Draft. The tal­ent­ed young bas­ket­ball play­er, who recent­ly com­plet­ed his fresh­man sea­son at the Uni­ver­si­ty of South­ern Cal­i­for­nia (USC), will be leav­ing the Tro­jans and enter­ing the NCAA trans­fer por­tal.

Bron­ny’s deci­sion to enter the draft while main­tain­ing his col­lege eli­gi­bil­i­ty has sparked con­ver­sa­tions about his future in the NBA. Many believe that the 19-year-old guard has the poten­tial to be a top pick in the draft, fol­low­ing in his father’s foot­steps and mak­ing an incred­i­ble name for him­self in the league.

Dur­ing his time at USC, Bron­ny show­cased his bas­ket­ball skills on the court and earned praise for his impres­sive per­for­mances. His deci­sion to move on from the Tro­jans after just one sea­son has left fans eager­ly antic­i­pat­ing his next move and won­der­ing which team will have the oppor­tu­ni­ty to draft him in 2024.

As Bron­ny pre­pares for the next chap­ter in his bas­ket­ball career, all eyes will be on him as he con­tin­ues to make a name for him­self in the world of bas­ket­ball.