LeBron James’ son Brony, 18, suffered cardiac arrest during USC basketball practice and was rushed to the ICU.
LeBron James’ son, Brony, suffered a heart attack during a basketball workout, according to a report.
According to TMZ, the Lakers superstar’s son was taken to the hospital after the incident occurred during a USC workout.
The 18-year-old is now in stable condition and is said to be no longer in the ICU.
Broney, who recently committed to the Trojans, was taken by ambulance from USC’s Galen Center, where the school’s basketball team plays and practices, after making a 911 call at 9:26 a.m. Monday.
The incident is considered a Code 3, which indicates the seriousness of the call because it requires ambulance lights and sirens.
LeBron James’ son Brony has suffered a cardiac arrest during a basketball workout
‘Bronnie James suffered a cardiac arrest while practicing yesterday,’ a spokesperson for the James family told TMZ.
‘Medical staff were able to treat Bronnie and take her to hospital. He is now stable and not in ICU.
‘We ask for respect and privacy for the James family and will update the media as we receive more information.
‘LeBron and Savannah would like to publicly send their deepest thanks and appreciation to the USC medical and athletic staff for their incredible work and dedication to the safety of their athletes.’
Broney recently took another step toward following in his father’s footsteps by choosing to wear his iconic No. 6 for his freshman year at USC.
Brony James Will Wear Number 6 For USC This Year – A Tip Of The Hat To Legendary NBA Dad
LeBron James – the NBA’s all-time leading point scorer – is famous for wearing No. 6 on the Lakers
USC revealed the exciting news on their Twitter page, writing alongside a graphic: ‘First look: Bronnie James to wear number 6 for Trojans.’
His father, LeBron James, is, of course, synonymous with No. 6 from his illustrious careers with both the Los Angeles Lakers and Miami Heat — though he wore No. 23 before that.
This year, the 38-year-old James became the NBA’s all-time leading point scorer, surpassing Kareem Abdul-Jabbar’s 38,387 career points.
More to follow.