13-year-old LeBron James Jr. throws down his first dunk

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LeBron James Jr., at 13-years-old, already has an insane amount of buzz around him in the basketball universe.

Now, that’s fair, considering his father is the best basketball player in the world.

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Finally, though, Bronny hit a major milestone in his budding basketball career: he threw down a dunk.

Bronny bounced an alley-oop pass to himself and expertly threw down the one-handed dunk while in the layup lines warming up for a game at the Bigfoot Hoops Las Vegas Classic.

Take a look:


According to SLAM, that was his first career dunk, too — at least the first one on video.

It got his dad’s attention pretty quick, too.


As far as first dunks go — especially for a 13-year-old — that’s about as good as it gets.

LeBron James with his son, LeBron James Jr., after a Cavs game. (Getty Images)
LeBron James with his son, LeBron James Jr., after a Cavs game. (Getty Images)

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