Sports 13-year-old LeBron James Jr. came stunningly close to throwing down his first dunk

13:25  21 may  2018
13:25  21 may  2018 Source:   ftw.usatoday.com

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LeBron James ’ son, LeBron James Jr ., is just 13 years old . And while most 13 - year - old kids cannot dunk , it’s only a matter of time until LeBron Jr . throws down his first dunk on a 10-foot goal. He’s already coming awfully close .

LeBron James ' son, LeBron James Jr ., is just 13 years old . And while most 13 - year - old kids cannot dunk , it's only a matter of time until LeBron Jr . throws down his first dunk on a 10-foot goal.

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LeBron James' son, LeBron James Jr., is just 13 years old.

And while most 13-year-old kids cannot dunk, it's only a matter of time until LeBron Jr. throws down his first dunk on a 10-foot goal. He's already coming awfully close.

During warmups at the weekend's George Hill Invitational in Indianapolis, James gave dunking a try and came up just short. He threw a lob to himself and lost the ball as he grabbed the rim. It was still a stunning effort for a basketball player of his age. Overtime captured the moment.

So close.

Bronny has given dunking a try in the past, but it was on a lowered rim.

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Just last month, LeBron James Jr ., the 13 - year - old son of the Cavaliers star, came stunningly close to throwing down a dunk in practice . Now, he’s doing it in-game, and he’s getting even closer .

It's only a matter of time.And while most 13 - year - old kids cannot dunk , it's only a matter of time until LeBron Jr . throws down his first dunk on a 10-foot goal. He's already coming awfully close .

He's eyeing the real thing now.

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