Bronny James threw down his first in-game dunk for Sierra Canyon with LeBron watching

@SLAM_HS / TwitterBronny James has looked more and more like his father with each passing day, and is already putting up highlights for Sierra Canyon.
  • Bronny James threw down his first in-game dunk for Sierra Canyon over the weekend.
  • James’ dunk had been highly anticipated after he had nearly posterized an opponent over the summer.
  • James and Zaire Wade, son of Dwyane Wade, are playing together at Sierra Canyon and should make for some unmissable basketball.
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Bronny James’ career at Sierra Canyon is off to a fine start.

On Sunday, a video of James throwing down a dunk for the California high school powerhouse made the rounds on social media. LeBron could be seen celebrating the occasion courtside.

According to “SportsCenter,” it was James’ first in-game dunk with Sierra Canyon.

Bronny James has been threatening to dunk for some time now. Over the summer, a video of him nearly posterizing his opponent prompted his father to post a warning of sorts to the rest of his competition.

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Since then, Bronny has joined up with the fellow son of an NBA legend Zaire Wade at Sierra Canyon. As a freshman joining an already talented roster, it’s unclear how much playing time James will get to start his high school career.

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Regardless of what happens this year, it’s clear that James has big plans for the future, and plenty of highlights ahead of him.

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