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Much like their father, LeBron James’s sons are very talented and well-rounded basketball players. Kobe Bryant would like to remove one aspect from their skill sets, though—passing.

By Extra Mustard
March 12, 2016

Much like their father, LeBron James’s sons are very talented and well-rounded basketball players. Kobe Bryant would like to remove one aspect from their skill sets, though—passing.

After the Cavaliers topped the Lakers 120–108 on Thursday in Kobe’s final matchup with LeBron, Bryant passed along a critical message to James’s mother, Gloria, regarding her two grandsons.

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From ESPN’s J.A. Adande:

LeBron is LeBron, and we can’t help who we are. Kobe thinks he still has a chance to change the next James generation though. He saw LeBron’s mother, Gloria, in the hallway outside the locker rooms and told her he’d been watching her grandsons’ blossoming basketball talents. He had only one critique:

“They pass too much,” Kobe told her. “Send them my way, and I’ll fix that.”

That’s right—Kobe apparently isn’t a fan of 11-year-old LeBron James Jr.’s incredible distribution skills.

Who would want to end passes like this?

Kobe has finally learned to pass ... advice.

– Kenny Ducey

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