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LeBron Reveals What College Coach He Wants His Son To Play For

A photo of LeBron James smiling.

EL SEGUNDO, CA - SEPTEMBER 24: LeBron James of the Los Angeles Lakers laughs as he speaks on a set during the Los Angeles Lakers Media Day at the UCLA Health Training Center on September 24, 2018 in El Segundo, California. (Photo by Harry How/Getty Images)

LeBron James skipped college basketball, going straight from high school to the NBA, but the oldest son of the best player in the league could be joining the collegiate ranks in a couple of years.

Bronny James, the oldest son of LeBron James, is considered to be a top basketball prospect for his age.

It's still probably too early to really tell if Bronny, a.k.a LeBron James Jr., will actually be a top college/NBA prospect, but that's not stopping LeBron from thinking about it.

The Los Angeles Lakers star revealed that he would love for his son to play at Duke for Coach K.

"Hope he's still at the helm when my boy comes up," LeBron wrote on Instagram.

Bronny James has been spotted sporting some Duke gear while playing basketball, so it appears that LeBron might not have to do too much convincing.