James, who chartered a flight on the Lakers’ off day between games in Miami and Chicago to watch the game, watched it courtside with his former St. Vincent-St. Mary teammates known as the “Fab Five.” James led the school win a state championship in 2003. His agent Rich Paul was also in attendance.
LeBron jumping up and down as Bronny gets the go-ahead bucket with less than a minute left ? pic.twitter.com/7OA8dnAZoA— SportsCenter (@SportsCenter) December 15, 2019
Sierra Canyon will appear on ESPN’s air (including ESPN3) 13 times this season, more than some NBA teams. On Jan. 3 in Minneapolis, Sierra Canyon will face Jonathan Kuminga and The Patrick School (N.J.), ranked No. 3 by USA Today, in a game that will be shown on ESPN2. The Patrick School has produced several NBA players, including Kyrie Irving, Michael Kidd-Gilchrist and Al Harrington. A day later, on Jan.4, Sierra Canyon will face Minnehaha Academy (Minn.) on ESPN3. On Jan. 20, Sierra Canyon will face No. 8 Paul VI (VA) on ESPNU from the prestigious Hoophall Classic. And on Feb. 7-8, Bronny’s team will face Gill St. Bernard’s (N.J.) and No. 9 Long Island Lutheran from the Metro Classic in Toms River, N.J. Photo: via ESPN Follow Adam Zagoria on Twitter And Like ZAGS on Facebook
Bronny is heating up, and LeBron is out of his seat ? pic.twitter.com/WQXtYX70wH— ESPN (@espn) December 15, 2019