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Nike has announced that LeBron James's son, 18-year-old Sierra Canyon's Bronny James, is one of five high school prospects who recently signed Name, Image and Likeness endorsements with the Swoosh...
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novabill18 months
The epitome of privilege.

Also, I am ok with it.
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Da #1 Stunna18 months
Gee, I wonder why Bronny was chosen over the 75 guys rated ahead of him in his class? Perhaps his father put his thumb on the scale of who was chosen? Ya think? The 3 girls that were chosen are all going to be WNBA stars, Nepotism and JuJu may or may not ever play in the league. If Nepotism does make the league, he will not be impactful. Average to below average player. Sorry for the truth bomb.
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VolNavy9818 months
What happened to equality?
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CanebreakCajun18 months
Not much diversity in those 5.
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rcl418 months
Bryce will be better.
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caliegeaux18 months
Will play in the Olympics for Russia.
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Black n Gold18 months
The very definition of 'Privilege'.
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Shaq4prez18 months
of course he is. but lets not pretend he's not an elite basketball player too.
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atltiger648718 months
women basketball NIL deals? No one watches that sport (with apologies to Coach Kim, of course). Nike just trying to be politically correct, I suppose.
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jmh572418 months
I remember when athletes used to get big endorsements AFTER they did something great on the field/court?
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ForeverGator18 months
Yawn. The next player to be shoved down our throats and try to convince us he's better than Jordan. Lol.
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