Bronny James Projected Top 10 Pick 2024 NBA Draft

The oldest and oldest son of LeBron James has a strong basketball future ahead of him. Bronny James has recently been projected to go in the top 10 for the 2024 NBA draft.

Bronny has been on the radar of many scouts for a while now. Just last year, a report suggested that perhaps college coaches believe he still has years to go before he’s truly NBA ready. ESPNHis mock draft seems to think otherwise, placing Bronny at No. 10 to be selected by the Orlando Magic. While the official 2024 draft is 16 months away, ESPN we believe Bronny’ earned his spot in lottery talks with the significant leap he made at Sierra Canyon in Chatsworth, Calif., this season, developing into arguably the best perimeter defender in the high school class while making strides in his perimeter shooting and playmaking. ability.”

Compared to his peers, Bronny seems to have grown, while many have simply leveled off in the last 12 to 18 months. With that said, Bronny still has room to improve as a ballhandler and pull-up jumper to become a more effective shot creator. Bronny is currently uncommitted and still looking for the right fit to begin his college basketball career. Check out our top 10 picks below ESPNthe blessed draft of 2024.

1. San Antonio Spurs

Matas Bouzelis | G League Ignite | PG/SG | Age: 18.3

2. Charlotte Hornets

Cody Williams | Colorado | PG/SG | Age: 18.2

3. Detroit Pistons

Zachary Risacher | ASVEL | SF | Age: 17.8

4. Houston Rockets

Justin Edwards | Kentucky | SG/SF | Age: 19.1

5. Chicago Bulls

Isaiah Collier | USC | PG | Age: 18.3

6. Utah Jazz

Ron Holland | Texas | SF/PF | Age: 17.6

7. Washington Wizards

DJ Wagner | Kentucky | PG/SG | Age: 17.8

8. Indiana Pacers

Bilal Coulibaly | Metropolitan 92 | SG/SF | Age: 18.5

9. New Orleans Pelicans (via Los Angeles Lakers)

Kwame Evans | Oregon | PF | Age: 18.5

10. Orlando Magic

Bronny James | Unattached | PG/SG | Age: 18.3

In other sports news, the Chicago Bulls recently ruled Lonzo Ball out for the remainder of the NBA season.

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