It was the place to be in France to vibrate on a Monday August 15th.
One of those exhibition matches that are mounted almost under the coat, between a selection of the best high school students from California on tour in Europe and some young French hopefuls, most of them international in the youth field.
3,000 spectators at the Maurice Thorez gymnasium in Nanterre, including Batum, Wenbyamana, or PSG striker Ekitike, who only had eyes for one man: a certain "Bronnie" James, son of LeBron and himself not too much bad at basketball.
— LeBron James (@KingJames) August 15, 2022
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If he could not prevent his team's final defeat, the 17-year-old, who could soon find his father in the NBA, enjoyed the best he could (25 points), notably sending a smash space in the first half that lifted the public and even padre LeBron, snug in his LA couch.
And yes, because "Bronnie" obliges, ESPN 2, specialized in the broadcasting of high school matches since the channel was the first to show a match of... LeBron James on television in 2002, had started on the spot, dispatching according to our colleagues from the Paul Biancardi
, THE specialist in high schools in basketball in the US media.
Do you even see the phenomenon.
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