LeBron James debunks Bronny college ball rumor

Los Angeles, California - There are two things basketball legend LeBron James doesn't take lightly: losing and his family. And King James wants everybody to know that his son Bronny is still undecided on where he’ll play college basketball.

The Lakers' Lebron James (l.) slammed rumors reporting his son Bronny chose Oregon as a front-runner to land a commitment.
The Lakers' Lebron James (l.) slammed rumors reporting his son Bronny chose Oregon as a front-runner to land a commitment.  © Collage: ETHAN MILLER / Quinn Harris / GETTY IMAGES NORTH AMERICA & GETTY IMAGES VIA AFP

On Tuesday night, four-time NBA champion Lebron James took to Twitter to remind everyone that his family is not up for jump ball, after a rumor concerning his son Bronny James made headlines.

Oregon was reportedly cited as a front-runner to land a pledge from the heavily recruited younger James, when LeBron quickly responded:

"He hasn’t taken 1 visit yet and has only had a few calls with coaches and universities. When Bronny makes his choice you’ll hear it from him. #JamesGang."

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In the reports, it was also noted that Ohio State and USC were also heavily recruiting Bronny, which has yet to be confirmed by the star high school athlete or his father.

The 17-year-old 6-foot-3 basketball phenom is currently making strides in national basketball rankings as the No. 7 shooting guard and No. 43 overall high school player in the country.

Most recently, the future NBA hopeful made scoring noise in the U18 French Select when his one-handed slam on a breakaway, that was remniscent of his father's, went viral.

Still undecided about his future on the court for now, "Prince James" will continue to build up his on-court highlight reel ahead of his senior season at Sierra Canyon. The basketball world is still buzzing over the Lakers star's plan to play his final year in the NBA alongside his son.

Cover photo: Collage: ETHAN MILLER / Quinn Harris / GETTY IMAGES NORTH AMERICA & GETTY IMAGES VIA AFP

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