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Lakers News: Bryce James Reportedly Considering Transferring High Schools Again

His time at Campbell Hall might be coming to an end!

The LA-area private school area is closely connects. It just seems like everybody knows everybody at most of the schools like Harvard-Westlake, Sierra Canyon and others.

Bryce James, son of Los Angeles Lakers All-Star LeBron James, played alongside his brother Bronny at Sierra Canyon this last season, and was pretty much overlooked just because Bronny is a little bit older. 

But now that Bronny has moved on to the college ranks at USC, it's time for his brother to shine.

Bryce first made headlines when it was announced that he would transfer to Campbell Hall School in the fall, and play there, but according to a local high school sports reporter, he might be on the move again!

It's not entirely sure whether or not he'll transfer, but just the fact that he made inquiries about transferring should raise some eyebrows. 

Think of it this way. He's in a relationship, but he's checking out other girls. His dad, after all, has changed teams three times in free agency, and may be eyeing a fourth such switch as soon as next summer.

Now, I know that's a weird way to think about that, but it makes sense. He's committed to Campbell Hall, but he's just seeing what's going on over there at Sherman Oaks Notre Dame.

He'd join Mercy Miller at Notre Dame, so he wouldn't be the only high profile star to be on that roster. 

Miller, a four-star recruit in the class of 2024 has already committed to Houston, but he could look to bolster his NIL money going into college by teaming up with Bryce, and creating one of the scariest looking backcourts in the high school ranks.

But for now, like Sondheimer's tweet says, "We'll see." It might not end up happening, but at least the thought is out there that we might see Bryce James in yet another high school uniform before his prep time is over.

Do you think Bryce should transfer?

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