LeBron James offers brilliant advice to Yong Son Bronny: “It’s all about the process. Put the work in and you’ll see the results.”
Following in his father’s footsteps, Bronny James will let nothing stand in the way of a successful NBA career. As a high school senior, this is the year all eyes will be on Bronny as he prepares to make the leap to college.
The path is long, tedious and filled with countless obstacles/challenges. So in the midst of it all, it’s a good thing the young baller is getting some advice from, arguably, the greatest player of all time.
On Twitter this week, LeBron James posted a message for his son, encouraging him to keep working and striving for perfection.
Young King!!! It all depends on the process. Work and you will see the results. So put in more work!
As a 19-year veteran in the league, LeBron knows more than anyone about what it takes to succeed at the top level of the game. While he has plenty of natural talent and upside, it’s really his hard work that has helped LeBron be so good for so long.
Bronny James could fall as low as the second round of the 2024 draft
As for the “young king”, his book is still being written. Having been raised by a basketball legend, he has the talent and knowledge to become a true star – and that will almost surely get him, even if the lottery is over. According to an earlier report, Bronny should be a late pick in the first round.
“By all accounts, everyone I’ve spoken to in the NBA who does this for a living, who scrutinizes this, they talk about Bronny as a late first-round pick, early second-round type of player. . Now that could change. He could have a great season this year in high school, then he could go somewhere in college and have a great freshman season, and then the status quo would change.
“He’s solid as hell,” said Thaddeus Young, who just completed his 15th NBA season and sponsored a team that played Strive for Greatness, an assessment that was widely echoed by college coaches and NBA scouts. . “Obviously, probably not the elite of the elite. But he’s athletic, he’s strong, he plays defense, he can shoot the ball well, he can run the point guard, he can play off the ball.
No matter where Bronny lands, he’ll have to work hard if he wants to thrive in the NBA. He will not receive any free alms, especially from his father.
What he will (and will) get is expert advice and insight from one of the league’s greats. If that doesn’t help Bronny improve his game, then maybe nothing will.