LeBron James sons’ heights: How tall are Bryce and Bronny James?


LeBron James is undoubtedly one of the best basketball players around in the game right now – how tall is his son Bryce James?

The Los Angeles Lakers superstar is a four-time champion and a four-time MVP, and is certain to leave a huge impression on the game as part of his legacy. Even though LeBron James might be approaching the twilight of his career in the NBA, the James legacy is certain to continue in the NBA courtesy of James’ sons Bryce and Bronny.

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Bronny James and Bryce James

In fact, it is the first time in the league that an NBA superstar’s sons have just as much potential to walk in the footsteps of their legendary father – as they both are extremely highly rated for their age.

While Bronny James, an 18-year-old senior basketball player is eligible to take part in the NBA draft in 2024, his younger sibling Bryce is a 15-year-old high school student who LeBron has described as the best shooter in the James family.

However, one of the most asked questions about the pair of siblings is how tall are they – and how they compare to their father.

How tall are Bryce and Bronny James?

It turns out that Bryce and Bronny are both very tall for their age, especially the former.

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Bronny James with father LeBron

Bronny is 18 and already stands at 6 feet and 2 inches, and it looks like he will play in the guard position when he is eligible to take part in the 2024 NBA Draft.

As for Bryce, he stands at 6 feet and 6 inches – four inches taller than his older sibling – at the age of only 15. His growth spurt is something to marvel at. He is likely to grow up into a forward or a center by the time he is eligible to take part in the 2026 NBA Draft.

While LeBron stands at 6 feet and 9 inches, both his kids have a decent shot at standing taller than him in their primes – and the pair might as well line up alongside their father in the NBA if LeBron indeed keeps his promise of playing with both his sons in a couple of years.

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