Bronny James, the son of Lakers star LeBron James, has returned to basketball after suffering sudden cardiac arrest less than five months ago. He participated in his first full-contact practice at USC without any limitations, and it is expected that he will make his debut this Sunday, pending evaluation after Friday’s practice. USC will be cautious with James, integrating him into the rotation slowly and placing him on a minutes restriction. Nevertheless, his return is a significant milestone following his serious medical incident, and USC coach Andy Enfield expressed excitement for what James will bring to the team in the remainder of the season.
Enfield, the coach of the USC basketball team, acknowledged that it might take a few games for LeBron James’ son, Bronny, to get used to playing with the team. However, he believes that Bronny will improve over time and that his third or fourth game will be better than his first. Bronny’s return should give the Trojans an emotional boost, even if it takes a while for him to perform on the court. Although USC has lost two of its last three games, Bronny’s debut is eagerly anticipated by his family and teammates. LeBron James has already stated that he intends to see his son play, and the Lakers are off Sunday afternoon, when USC faces Long Beach State. After seeing his son recover from a cardiac event, LeBron James is focused on supporting his family and helping Bronny achieve success. Bronny’s return to the court is expected to be a special moment for all involved.