LeBron James Gets 'Anxiety' Watching Son Bronny Play at USC and Says NBA Draft 'Is Up to Him'

LeBron James is discussing his son Bronny's potential NBA career after his first season at USC, calling the college game “hard to watch.”

The Los Angeles Lakers great discussed seeing his 19-year-old kid play on his new podcast Mind the Game with co-host JJ Redick.

He stated, "The NBA is the best league in the world," James, 39.

This makes watching my son play college basketball difficult.

LeBron continued, “Watching a 40-minute college basketball game is hard. It's hard.

I sweat more and am more anxious watching college basketball, especially my kid, than ever before.

"The college game, like Bronny's, evolves, adding to his worry.

"I don't understand why coaches throw the ball into the post with their big when they shouldn't," James remarked.

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