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Bronny James isn’t going to Oregon University says his spokesperson, Billionaire LeBron James

Jeet Pukhrambam
|Wed Aug 17 2022

The chatter around Bronny James is at an all-time high and naturally many colleges are flocking to him, however, LeBron says there is time.

The ascension to the throne has already begun. The heir, Bronny James is already preparing for his arrival in the league. The 18-year-old has been scintillating form all summer.

With crafty passes, smooth pick and rolls, pull-up three-pointers, and high-flying dunks; young Bronny has outfitted his arsenal with the weapons he needs to thrive in the NBA.

As a result, he has attracted a lot of eyeballs. And to help his cause, the never-ending support from dad LeBron James has helped buoy him as a marquee athlete for colleges.

The buzz has been slowly getting louder and there were already talks of several colleges making their push for Bronny James. Earlier today a report came out stating that Oregon University is the front-runner for Bronny’s signature.

Also read: “Bronny, you went to LA to make your name, come back to Midwest to make your game”: Jalen Rose has the best pitch for LeBron James Jr.

LeBron James steps in as a spokesperson for Bronny and says he isn’t close to any commitments.

It must feel good to have someone like LeBron clarify everything about you on social media, especially the important pieces of news.

The King took to Twitter to make it clear that Bronny hasn’t decided on a college and the conversation is open. It looks as though daddy Bron might have something to say about his choice.

But he also said that when the news is there, Bronny will be the first to tell people about it. As of the last few weeks, young James has been on fire.

What does the future hold for LeBron James Jr.? Only time will tell. Although we would be amiss if we didn’t give a guess as to where he may end up and according to us, Bronny is destined for the big names.

Also read: Is Bronny James as good as LeBron James at age 18?: A closer look at the prodigy out of Sierra Canyon High School

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Jeet Pukhrambam

Jeet Pukhrambam

Jeet Pukhrambam is TheSportsRush's editor and creative writer. After freelancing for five years as an independent writer, Jeet has created thousands of blog posts and articles. He now covers intriguing news reports and throwback stories on all things NBA. In his free time, he enjoys techno, football, cooking, and traveling. Jeet takes pride in his critical thinking, music playlists, and his love for spaghetti.

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