Bronny James’ High School GPA Has Been Revealed Ahead Of The NBA Draft, And It Will Shock You

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Bronny James’ high school GPA has been revealed ahead of the NBA Draft.

The former USC Trojans point guard has done little harm to his NBA prospects over the last several weeks as he impressed at the combine and is understood to have ticked most boxes.

It appears LeBron James could get his wish as the Los Angeles Lakers are reportedly keen on drafting his son.

The league’s all-time leading scorer has made no secret of wanting to play with his eldest in the pros, and the Lakers could possibly get a twofer during the offseason as drafting Bronny would likely get LBJ to stick around, while they’ll be getting a player who could develop into a star in the future.

The younger James played one season of college basketball with USC and, before that, attended Sierra Canyon High School. While his GPA hasn’t been officially disclosed, Athlon Sports reckons they know the range.

“Bronny’s USC player bio states that he was an honor roll student during his time at Sierra Canyon,” the publication surmises. “And according to Sierra Canyon’s website, a student can only make the honor roll if they have a GPA of 3.5 or above. 

“Therefore, we know that Bronny’s high school GPA during his senior year was at least a 3.5.” 

Bronny majored in Business Administration at USC. His impressive high school GPA can’t do his draft stock any harm.

Bronny James Got Multiple Workout Invites From NBA Teams

Bronny James was reported to have received multiple invites for private workouts with NBA teams following his combine participation.

According to The Athletic’s Shams Charania, the youngster received invites from 10 teams; however, he plans to work out with only the Lakers and the Phoenix Suns.

Sharania added that the Suns have considered taking Bronny in the first round. They have the No. 22 overall pick.

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