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I mean, it's no surprise the son of LeBron James is good at basketball, but 11 year-old LeBron James Jr. looks to have an ease, confidence and skill set that could be something special one day. Check him out...

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blueboy102 months
That was strangely edited, omitting the conclusions to a lot of plays, and his "moves" look more like a dancer putting on a show than they look like instinctive, basketball plays. The no-look passes especially appeared to be unnecessary and were done just for flash.
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NorthEndZone102 months
For every Peyton, Eli, Steph Curry, Griffey Jr. and Barry Bonds, there are thousands of other children of great professional athletes that never come close to their fathers' abilities.


Lebron Jr. appears to be a very good young basketball player, but how good he becomes remains to be seen.

I hope he ends up being great, but the odds are against him. I hope everyone just lets the kid be himself. I can't imagine the pressure of living up to being anything close to what his dad is.
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BananaHammock102 months
At the end he complaines for a foul....just like his dad.
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BowDownToLSU102 months
Meh
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utstnx102 months
i love when he makes a great cross move at the :30 sec mark.... eveyone ooohs and ahhhhhs and then they cut away just as he bricks it.....just like his dad.
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