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Everything you need to know about Bronny James' combine measurements

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Monday is all about measurements for the future of the NBA. 

The NBA Draft Combine is underway, with prospects calculating their height, weight, hand size, wingspan and more ahead of June’s official selection show. The statistics are an important part of the draft process, giving NBA scouts and teams an insight into what the build is of each individual player. 

For the 2024 draft class, no name is as popular as Bronny James Jr. The son of LeBron James entered into this year’s draft after his freshman season at USC and could be turning pro. 

Part of what helped his dad become a four-time NBA champion is his size and athleticism, however, Bronny isn’t built nearly as much as his dad is. The point guard is on the smaller size when it comes to hoopers, paling in comparison to his forward father. 

How did James measure up at the NBA Draft Combine, and how do his numbers compare to his father and other NBA pros? The Sporting has everything to know about Bronny’s height, wingspan, hand size and more. 

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At the 2024 NBA Draft Combine, James was measured to have a height of 6-foot, 1.5 inches without shoes on. 

When looking at some NBA comparables, only one is listed at that exact height: Grizzlies guard Derrick Rose. However, others that are a quarter of an inch taller or shorter include Bucks guard Damian Lillard, Mavericks guard Kyrie Irving, Cavaliers guard Donovan Mitchell and Nets guard Dennis Smith Jr. 

LeBron measured in at 6-foot, 7.25 inches in 2003 at his combine

James weighed 210.4 pounds at the combine, the same weight he was listed at USC.

Wingspan may not mean much in other sports, but it’s a vital part of playing basketball. James’ wingspan was measured at 6 feet, 7.25 inches. 

Players currently in the NBA that have the same wingspan include Jazz guard Collin Sexton, Suns guard Grayson Allen and 76ers guard Cameron Payne. 

Bronny’s dad has a wingspan of 7 feet, 0.25 inches as a prospect. 

You need to have a good-sized hand in order to handle the rock. For James, he measured in at the NBA Draft Combine with a hand length of 8.5 inches and a hand width of 9.5 inches. 

The son of the NBA great measured in with a standing reach of 8 feet, 2.5 inches at the NBA Draft Combine. 

His father has a standing reach of 8 feet, 10.25 inches in his draft year. 

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

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