Bryce, LeBron’s son, is back at Sierra Canyon for the third time

Photo of Bryce, LeBron'son returning to Sierra-Canyon for the 3rd time in the year.

LeBron James’ youngest son is returning to Sierra Canyon High School, with Bryce James currently in the process of transferring to the Chatsworth, California, school. This move marks his third relocation within the past six months. Initially planning to attend Campbell Hall in May, Bryce later changed course and joined Notre Dame High School over the summer.

Recently, the 16-year-old, a 6-foot-6 junior shooting guard, officially withdrew from Notre Dame High School and returned his basketball equipment on Tuesday, as per reports from SB Live. Bryce previously played his freshman and sophomore years at Sierra Canyon, where he was a teammate of his older brother, Bronny James, who is now a freshman guard at USC. Thanks to the CIF Southern Section’s A-B-A rule, Bryce will be immediately eligible to play at Sierra Canyon.

Bryce is eligible for immediate participation since he didn’t engage in any games for Notre Dame. This decision comes after Bryce’s involvement in summer basketball with Campbell Hall.

The announcement of his comeback to Sierra Canyon was commemorated by his father, a Lakers superstar, who shared the news on Instagram. Bryce, seen as a prospect in the 2025 class, recently secured an offer from Ohio State following his attendance at a Buckeyes game.

Meanwhile, Bronny, the 6-foot-3 guard, is recuperating from a cardiac arrest during a USC practice in July. Despite a congenital heart defect, he is anticipated to make a comeback to basketball.

Both siblings are affiliated with Klutch Sports for NIL deals. Bryce gained attention when he attended Sierra Canyon High School’s homecoming dance with one of Diddy’s twin daughters in October, as documented on social media.


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