LeBron James reacts to Bronny's Tomahawk Dunk

LeBron James is focused on Bronny, his son, despite all the attention being on Kevin Durant or the Brooklyn Nets.

James shared some support on Twitter this week for his son, posting a clip of him doing a poster dunk which went viral.

Bronny is showing glimpses of his potential. Bronny is a true star in the NBA, despite not being as strong and muscular as his father.

There is disagreement over Bronny's talent and where he will end up on draft day. 

Many NBA executives believe he would not be one-and done if he weren't related to one the greatest players in the game.

One aspect of the LeBron James/Lakers saga is undisputed: He still dreams of playing with his son Bronny in NBA...

Bronny won't become eligible for the NBA until 2024 and, based upon my own checks with different teams,

Bronny wouldn’t be a draft candidate so quickly -- based off where he is today as a player -- without the push he gets from Dad, who will be 40 in the 2024-25 season.

One Eastern Conference staff member tried to softly put it this way: "I don’t think he’d be a one and done player if he weren't LeBron’s son."

Everyone knows that LeBron has a master plan. He wants to share an NBA court with his son.