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USC Basketball: Bronny James Attends LeBron’s Dodgers Bobblehead Night

He couldn't miss this one!

Majority of the noise surrounding incoming USC freshman Bronny James has been about his looming basketball future and NBA Draft stock and it's very easy to forget that he is 18-years-old and just graduated high school. We all wish him nothing but the best as he takes the next steps following his cardiac event and hope to see him dawning the gold and red as soon as possible.

However, it was amazing to see him join his younger brother Bryce and his father LeBron at the Dodgers Friday night win against the Miami Marlins. It was a special match as the Dodgers decided to honor The King with an exclusive bobblehead night for him and thousands of fans were able to secure a one of one figurine of James Dodger-themed.

Take a look at the bobblehead below!

Bronny knew he couldn't miss this special night for his father and USC men's basketball social media team put together a quick mix as well showcasing the James Gang's arrival to the game.

This game came just one day after we received some positive statements from Bronny's close friend Shareef O'Neal pertaining to his basketball future, which O'Neal said remains the same.

The 6'4 guard and his family have not made a decision on his playing nor education status at USC for the 2023-2024 season but when it comes to overall health, it's great to see Bronny enjoying events in public with his father and brother.

More updates will be shared as we receive them and we hope that Bronny will be making his way back to the court with his teammates as soon as possible!