Bronny James Finished 2nd In McDonalds All-American Dunk Contest, LeBron Unhappy About Judges
20 years after LeBron James won the 2003 McDonald’s All-American dunk contest, his eldest son, LeBron James Jr., also took part in the very same competition.
While the apple does not fall far from the tree, Bronny reached the Final, but came short of winning, finishing with as the runner-up.
At one point, the fan favorite even stole the show, with an unreal two-handed windmill dunk.
Bronny SHOWING OUT at the dunk contest 🔥
— The Crossover (@TheCrossover) March 28, 2023
LeBron James who obviously watched along, shared his frustrations about the scores his son received, saying it would have been deserving of 10s across the board.
It’s cool. Should have been 10s across the board! For sure. Hahaha
— LeBron James (@KingJames) March 28, 2023
And to give credit, where credit is due, Duke commit Sean Stewart too home the gold.
Sean Stewart is the ’23 #PoweradeJamFast champion 🏆 @SCNext | @Sean13Stewart pic.twitter.com/2KpgvoeD2H
— ESPN (@espn) March 28, 2023