LeBron James announced his free agency decision about a month ago, deciding to leave the Cleveland Cavaliers for the Los Angeles Lakers, signing a four-year deal (with an opt-out after Year 3) for more than $150 million.
LeBron James Jr. has made a decision, too.
The oldest son of LeBron, a rising basketball prospect, has reportedly decided on a Southern California high school.
TMZ Sports is reporting that LeBron Jr. has decided to attend Crossroads High School in Santa Monica, Calif.
LeBron Jr. will reportedly play on the middle school until team until he's eligible for high school. He's set to enter eighth grade.
Multiple sources confirm ... 13-year-old Bronny has enrolled at Crossroads with the intention of being a student when the school year begins.
Bronny, of course, is one of the top young basketball players in the country. The assumption is that he'll join the school's middle school basketball team until he's eligible to play for the high school team next year.
FYI, Crossroads is where Shareef O'Neal played his high school ball. It's also where Baron Davis went to school back when he was a high school star.
Crossroads High School is a private, K-12 school in Santa Monica. It's the same school that Shaquille O'Neal's son, Shareef, attended. Shareef became a top-100 basketball recruit while playing there.
LeBron Jr. is still a couple of years away from becoming (potentially) a serious basketball recruit, but his dad has already said that if he were to make the NBA while his pops is still playing, it would be his greatest achievement.