The Sierra canon high school basketball program isn’t just reloading with talent, it’s reloading with more sons of NBA royalty, according to multiple sources close to the Sierra canon boys basketball program.
LeBron James Jr., known as Bronny and the son of Los Angeles Lakers ace LeBron James, and Zaire Wade, the son of recently retired Dwyane Wade, are expected to team up for Sierra canon in Chatsworth next season.
Bronny James to Sierra canon has been a “done deal” for at least six weeks. The other “done deal” is that Zaire Wade, Dywane Wade’s son, who will be a senior next year will join Bronny this coming season at Sierra canon.
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The same sources confirm that LeBron James toured the school during spring break. No other staff was on field during the tour.
Bronny will be an incoming freshman in the fall. Zaire is presently attending high school in Florida and will be an incoming senior.
And that’s just the beginning. On top of the expected arrival of Bronny and Zaire, the Trail Blazers could possibly add Paolo Banchero, a 6-foot-9, five-star recruit from Seattle who will be a junior.
Notre Dame’s Ziaire Williams, a rising prospect who will be a senior next year, might end up departure Notre Dame and could possibly join the Trail Blazers. But galore sources have indicated that Harvard-Westlake is a more likely destination for Williams after Rebel Juzang reclassified and committed to Kentucky.
The Trailblazers are fresh off an impressive run anchored by Cassius Stanley, who recently committed to Duke, KJ Martin and Scotty Pippen Jr., who are some committed to Vanderbilt. Martin is the son of former No. 1 pick Kenyon Martin, and Pippen is the son of NBA Hall of Famer Scotch hunting dog Pippen.
The senior core helped Sierra canon win consecutive CIF State Open Division titles, on with other sectional and regional titles on the way the past two seasons.
To thicken the NBA bloodline angle, senior-to-be forward Terren Frank, who is ranked among the best high school basketball prospects on the west coast, is the son of former NBA player Tellis Frank, who played for various NBA teams from 1989 to 1994.
Multiple reports have quoted Dwyane Wade and LeBron James as looking forward to disbursement more time with each other this summer in Los Angeles, where Dwyane and married woman Gabrielle Union plan to be more often now that the three-time NBA champ is retired.
Quoted in the Sports Inquirer: “I told him, ‘No one likes to work out by themselves,’ ” James aforementioned with a grin. “So he can come to Staples. He can come to the practice facility anytime he wants to get workouts in. He can come help me with the young guys as well. He’ll be around a lot more personally for me, so I’ll love that.”
Bronny played his eighth grade season at Crossroads in Santa Claus Claus Monica.
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