How tall is Bronny James and what is his favored position? Exploring his physical and in-game attributes in wake of 2024 NBA Draft prospect news

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Bronny James is not very tall, but his vertical leap is impressive (Image via Getty Images)

Bronny James is one of the most exciting prospects in the basketball world. He's fun to watch, but he's also the son of LeBron James, one of the best basketball players of all time.

LeBron's son will be eligible for the 2024 NBA draft. Considering how much hype surrounds him, there is a good chance that he will even be a lottery pick. Bronny has shown a lot of potential, but he also needs to improve in some areas.

This article will reveal everything you need to know about Bronny's physical attributes. We will take a look at his height and weight, as well as his position.

What is Bronny James' height?

Bronny James' height may be an issue in the NBA. The young player is officially listed at 6-foot-3, which isn't a big deal in high school or college basketball. However, it may be a problem in the professional basketball league.

In 2020, Bronny claimed that he was 6-foot-2, meaning that he's grown only an inch over the past few years. However, he may grow another inch or two before he enters the NBA.

Bronny's height might be an issue (Image via Getty Images)
Bronny's height might be an issue (Image via Getty Images)

Bronny may struggle defending taller players in the NBA. However, he is also very athletic, which could help him make up for the lack of height. His wingspan hasn't been officially measured yet.

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James' vertical leap hasn't been officially measured either. However, he has a lot of bounce and his vertical is most likely at least 35 inches.

Bronny's weight and position

LeBron James' son is a point guard. He is officially listed at 180 pounds, but naturally, this may also change by the time he enters the professional basketball league.

It's important to note that the young guard will have to play one year of college basketball before he is eligible for the NBA draft. Bronny may also decide to play professional basketball overseas instead of attending college.

Bronny plays point guard for his high school team (Image via Getty Images)
Bronny plays point guard for his high school team (Image via Getty Images)

To put it into perspective, Bronny James is the same as Avery Bradley, who spent 12 seasons in the NBA. Furthermore, both are decent offensive players who can play great basketball on the defensive end of the floor as well.

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Bronny is currently a 4-star prospect that is ranked among the 30 best players in the nation. He's the eighth-best point guard in his class and may further improve his rank by the time he enters the NBA.

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