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Where do all the NBA Draft expert mocks have Bronny James going?


If Bronny James is going the NBA route, he is one step closer to doing so. 

The son of Lakers superstar and four-time NBA champion LeBron James is at a crossroads in his career. He concluded his first season in the NCAA this past winter with USC but has since entered into both the transfer portal and the NBA Draft. 

It’s unclear where the next stop for Bronny is. The 2024 NBA Draft is coming up at the end of June, and there is a chance that he hears his name called on draft day. However, there also is a possibility that James pulls his name out of draft eligibility, going back to college instead.

James’ college career was put on hold after undergoing cardiac arrest in the summer. Upon his return, he averaged just 4.8 points, 2.8 rebounds and 2.1 assists per game off the bench — far from the numbers typically seen out of a high-end prospect. 

With that said, James is not your typical NBA Draft prospect. As the eldest heir of arguably the greatest player of all time
, the guard is viewed with a higher ceiling than most — especially when there is a chance to nab him in the hopes that his father also joins that organization.

But where might James end up? Here is where NBA Draft experts are projecting the son of LeBron to go in the 2024 NBA Draft. 

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In The Sporting News’ latest mock draft, TSN’s own Kyle Irving has a James family reunion occurring in the NBA, with the Lakers using their second-round pick to take the son of their star player. 

The Ringer also has the Lakers seeing the appeal of taking James’ son in the upcoming draft. Kevin O’Connor projects Bronny going No. 55 overall, bringing him to Los Angeles to team up with his father. 

Noticing a trend here? Yahoo Sports’ Krysten Peek also sees the Lakers targeting James in the second round of the NBA Draft, giving LeBron and Bronny a chance to play together in the NBA. 

Not every mock draft out there has James getting drafted in 2024. ESPN’s latest mock draft from Jonathan Givony and Jeremy Woo does not have the son of the Lakers star going in their two-round mock. 

Sam Vecenie at The Athletic also is not sold on James hearing his name called on draft day. James is absent from The Athletic’s latest two-round mock draft. 

NetScouts is another outlet not set on James getting drafted. The outlet does not have him in their latest mock, going undrafted in 2024. 

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Here are James’ full stats from his freshman season at USC:

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