LeBron James Son Bronny James Collapse on Court After Sudden Cardiac Arrest

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Bronny James, the elder son of LeBron James, suffered a cardiac event during a basketball training. Bronny James is a household name in the basketball world. The young King is expected to join LeBron Jam next year. He committed to the University of Southern California Trojans recently and made headlines because of his constant improvement in his game.

Bronny James suffered a cardiac event during a training session. According TMZ a 911 emergency was called around 9:26am from the USC Trojans facility. Bronny, unconscious at the time, was then rushed to hospital for immediate care. This was a code-3 emergency and it was very serious.

The unfortunate incident happened during practice, and we hope that the USC medical staff was able treat Bronny quickly and get him to hospital. According to a spokesperson for the James Family, the young King is now out of the ICU. LeBron James, Savannah James and the USC Medical Staff are grateful. We wish Bronny a speedy recuperation in these difficult times.

NBA World sends prayers to Bronny James

No one but Bronny James can understand their sadness over this news, especially given how talented and bright his future could be in basketball. Already established within the basketball community and considered lottery selection when declaring for NBA draft.

The first father-and son duo to play in the NBA is supposed to be him and LeBron. NBA fans from around the world are praying for Bronny to get back on his feet and playing ball as soon as they can. Below you will find heartfelt wishes, prayers and support that fans have sent to the James family.

Bronny James’ condition is stable and there is no major news about his health. LeBron James, Savannah and their families expect privacy and respect during these difficult times. Heart conditions have negatively affected athletes’ careers and caused them to suffer. Pray for the young king!

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