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    LeBron James shows off unreleased Nikes as he leaves gym with son Bronny after basketball practice

    LeBron James shows off pair of his unreleased Nikes as he leaves gym with son Bronny after private basketball practice

    LeBron James recently landed yet another NBA Championship, helping the Los Angeles Lakers with a long-overdue win.

    And the four-time NBA Finals MVP has already returned to the court, as he trains with the perfect workout buddy.

    He showed off a pair of his unreleased Nike LeBron 18s as he left the gym Friday with his oldest son Bronny, after they worked off their Thanksgiving dinner with a private basketball practice in Los Angeles.  

    Father/son workout: LeBron James showed off a pair of his unreleased Nike LeBron 18s as he left the gym Friday with his oldest son Bronny, after they worked off their Thanksgiving dinner with a private basketball practice in Los Angeles

    Basketball prodigy: Bronny (LeBron James Jr), who celebrated his 16th birthday last month, is a high school sophomore and a rising talent with his school's basketball team at Sierra Canyon

    Basketball prodigy: Bronny (LeBron James Jr), who celebrated his 16th birthday last month, is a high school sophomore and a rising talent with his school’s basketball team at Sierra Canyon

    The 35-year-old sported a Muhammad Ali-printed hoodie with a pair of white ESNTLS basketball shorts and neon orange slip-on sandals with his King James logo.

    He carried a pair from his new Nikes (which will retail for $200 later this year), as he left the gym with Bronny, 16, and his sports agent Rich Paul, 38.

    Bronny (LeBron James Jr), who celebrated his 16th birthday last month, is a high school sophomore and a rising talent with his school’s basketball team at Sierra Canyon.

    He’s made several appearances on ESPN through his school’s team, and he already has a few titles under his belt.

    Channeling greatness: The 35-year-old sported a Muhammad Ali-printed hoodie with a pair of white ESNTLS basketball shorts and neon orange slip-on sandals with his King James logo

    Channeling greatness: The 35-year-old sported a Muhammad Ali-printed hoodie with a pair of white ESNTLS basketball shorts and neon orange slip-on sandals with his King James logo

    Squad goals: He carried a pair from his new Nikes (which will retail for $200 later this year), as he left the gym with Bronny, 16, and his sports agent Rich Paul, 38

    Squad goals: He carried a pair from his new Nikes (which will retail for $200 later this year), as he left the gym with Bronny, 16, and his sports agent Rich Paul, 38

    Father's son: Fans and industry professionals have noticed the young prodigy's development, as he's recently sprouted into a spitting image of his athletically skilled father

    Father’s son: Fans and industry professionals have noticed the young prodigy’s development, as he’s recently sprouted into a spitting image of his athletically skilled father

    A recent projection of the class of 2023’s top recruits on 247Sports ranked Bronny at 19, predicting he’ll commit to Duke University.

    The elder LeBron also teased his son’s collegiate future on Instagram in a 2018 comment, writing of Duke head coach Mike Krzyzewski: ‘Hope he’s still at the helm when my boy comes up.’

    He previously told CBS Detroit in 2015 of his then 10-year-old: ‘Yeah, he’s already got some offers from colleges, it’s pretty crazy. It should be a violation, you shouldn’t be recruiting 10-year-old kids.’

    LeBron took to Instagram with photos from another father/son training session earlier this week, writing: ‘Barely flex, but don’t play with us, PERIOD!! #JamesGang’

    Fans and industry professionals have noticed the young prodigy’s development, as he’s recently sprouted into a spitting image of his athletically skilled father.  

    Gym buddies: LeBron took to Instagram with photos from another father/son training session earlier this week, writing: 'Barely flex, but don’t play with us, PERIOD!! #JamesGang'

    Gym buddies: LeBron took to Instagram with photos from another father/son training session earlier this week, writing: ‘Barely flex, but don’t play with us, PERIOD!! #JamesGang’

    Rising star: Bronny has made several appearances on ESPN through his school's team, and he already has a few titles under his belt

    Rising star: Bronny has made several appearances on ESPN through his school’s team, and he already has a few titles under his belt

    Big league: A recent projection of the class of 2023's top recruits on 247Sports ranked Bronny at 19, predicting he'll commit to Duke University

    Big league: A recent projection of the class of 2023’s top recruits on 247Sports ranked Bronny at 19, predicting he’ll commit to Duke University

    Choices: The elder LeBron also teased his son's collegiate future on Instagram in a 2018 comment

    Go Blue Devils! He wrote of Duke head coach Mike Krzyzewski: 'Hope he's still at the helm when my boy comes up'

    Go Blue Devils! The elder LeBron also teased his son’s collegiate future on Instagram in a 2018 comment, writing of Duke head coach Mike Krzyzewski: ‘Hope he’s still at the helm when my boy comes up’

    Not cool: He previously told CBS Detroit in 2015 of his then 10-year-old: 'Yeah, he's already got some offers from colleges, it's pretty crazy. It should be a violation, you shouldn't be recruiting 10-year-old kids'

    Not cool: He previously told CBS Detroit in 2015 of his then 10-year-old: ‘Yeah, he’s already got some offers from colleges, it’s pretty crazy. It should be a violation, you shouldn’t be recruiting 10-year-old kids’

    This week on Undisputed, co-host Skip Bayless commented on another recent photo: ‘Talk about a growth spurt. When I saw this, I said he looks 6’5.

    ‘So his father is 6’9. Could Bronny be 6’7? Who knows? But again it looks like… The last time I saw him as a freshman in high school, he looked like he was 6’1, maybe… I mean, unless LeBron had this photoshopped, but I don’t know.’

    He added: ‘The early reviews on Bronny projecting just college basketball was that he was just going to be pretty good as a college basketball player. Now you give him that spurt, I would still think he has a couple of more inches to grow.’ 

    Co-host Shannon Sharpe chimed in: ‘It’s going to be hard to see a situation where he won’t be a beast… He’s getting his dad’s body.’ 

    LeBron has enough for his own team, sharing sons LeBron Raymone Jr, Bryce Maximus, 13, and daughter Zhuri Nova, six, with high school sweetheart Savannah Brinson, 34, whom he married in September of 2013.

    Home team: LeBron has enough for his own team, sharing sons LeBron Raymone Jr, Bryce Maximus, 13, and daughter Zhuri Nova, six, with high school sweetheart Savannah Brinson, 34, whom he married in September of 2013 (pictured in September, 2018)

    Home team: LeBron has enough for his own team, sharing sons LeBron Raymone Jr, Bryce Maximus, 13, and daughter Zhuri Nova, six, with high school sweetheart Savannah Brinson, 34, whom he married in September of 2013 (pictured in September, 2018)

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