Video: LeBron James asked if he would team up with Bronny on Knicks
The rumor mill never stops in the NBA, especially when it comes to New York City.
LeBron James’ Los Angeles Lakers visited the New York Knicks at Madison Square Garden on Wednesday night and came away with a 100-92 win. MSG is a historic sports venue, and some even consider it the “Mecca” of basketball, so New York reporters often ask visiting players for their thoughts on playing in the city.
This time, they took things even farther, asking LeBron whether he would consider playing for the Knicks if his son, Bronny, gets drafted by the team one day. LeBron laughed at the question and put things in perspective, saying Bronny is only in ninth grade.
If LeBron's son was drafted by the Knicks, would he consider playing in New York?
He didn't say no… pic.twitter.com/Qf16j2GkKn
— Knicks Videos (@sny_knicks) January 23, 2020
Bronny is old enough to have his Sierra Canyon games featured on TV and to have his own haters already. It won’t be long until he’s in the NBA, and LeBron has already said it’s his goal to play with his son before retiring.
Their NBA union may not happen with the Knicks, but it’s coming sooner than you think.