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The 9 Greatest Sons Of Legendary NBA Players

Feb 25, 2020
most Indian legends have children and I am sure most of them hope that their children will follow in their footsteps and play basketball and become great

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like they did but we have seen that is not always the case. like with the children of Michael Jordan. John Stockton and his and Patrick Ewing's son in his, but some actually seem to live up to the hype of being the son of an NBA player, so today we're going to look at nine of them, the top nine.

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of legends NBA

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, but we're only looking at the guys who aren't done with the leak yet and I'll admit that not all of the parents on this list were

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players, but at least they were pretty good and/or well known and by the parents who they just weren't great but his

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are we have them honorable mentions first with Colonel Anthony his father Greg was a solid role player during his 11 year NBA career but he never had the expectation that his son has a chance right now.
the 9 greatest sons of legendary nba players
Who was the number one point guard in high school? n the country and the number two overall recruit, he looked great his senior year and hopefully he can keep up the same pace in North Carolina and then the second and final honorable mention goes to Niko Mania who was fathered by Pac Mannion and played in the NBA but didn't have a career worth talking about so Niko is just an honorable mention but right behind Cole the man is the second ranked high school point guard in the country and was one of the top ten recruits in the nation for good reason.
the 9 greatest sons of legendary nba players

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It's still early now but if things go as planned these two men can have much better careers than their fathers but with that out of the way he was number one Jaden Hardaway now Jaden his MP son, a legend, Penny Hardaway and just like his dad, he's quite the point guard standing at six foot five. He had a decent high school career where he was 14 and 2 on 40% shooting, but that alone ranked him the fourth best 490 player in the country and only two stars. recruiting in the class of 2018 so he's not the best right now but we had to bring him up because of who he is and the potential he still has because of that and as you can see he had a very different start than his father, who instantly became a star. player and scored 36 10 6-4 and made it to his senior year and was national player of the year in high school so Jaden may not have the natural talent that Penny had at his age but it's still possible that become an NBA player. one day I mean from what I can tell he's got a solid all round game and a decent foundation to build on and then of course his dad drafted him out of Memphis because he was the son there's plenty of time for him to develop and learn to be an even better player so maybe three or four years from now we could have a very different conversation about Jaden Hardaway number two Jackson Williams Jackson Williams son of former NBA champion Jason Williams looked stunning for the first time when videos came out from him at age 13. some p people and doing behind the back passes like his dad used to do well he's 16 now and still not a great athlete and he doesn't have the crazy handles or anything you would expect but he still has good handles for the age of him and he's still a pretty good shooter he can drive the ball he has great court vision he still blows up the fancy passes every once in a while he came out hot and generated some buzz with those early videos but from what we've seen so far no I don't know if Jackson will ever be able to play nearly as well as his bad offer or even make it to the league but he's still very young and there's still a chance so we'll see number three Ron Artest the third the resemblance in physical appearance His father's name is almost as identical to his name as a name, but I mean these two really do look like twins and are billed as such with our 6-foot-8, 215-pound third-foot test, though the downside is that he was just a two-star recruit out of high school l and I put up just two points a game at Cal State Northridge last season, but that's really because as a kid, instead of playing basketball, he tried modeling and he never really played basketball until he hit a growth spurt as a freshman, so he's really just been playing. for a few years but he still has the raw athleticism of an NBA player and his father was one of the best defenders in the league so if he can develop his offensive game to even a passable level and then bring his energy and defense to a level similar to that of the world pieces, he could definitely become the leader now.
the 9 greatest sons of legendary nba players
I don't think it's very likely and I wouldn't really bet on it, but with who he is and how he's built, it's definitely a number four possibility. Neal sure Shaq's son is a six-nine power forward who weighs 215 pounds and I think he's going to be great in the league, I mean, and in high school he showed that he's extremely athletic and that all three midrange they handle the dunk ball on any blocked shots and all Ready has a great post-up game he's had to teach him how to be a great man all his life but it's also great to see that he's already developed such a well-rounded game and because of this he was recruited by many universities and finished.
the 9 greatest sons of legendary nba players
Coming in as a five star recruit in the 29th best high school player according to ESPN he was done with UCLA for this season but because he needed heart surgery he was redshirted this year but I'm sure this next year is going to be huge for him now sharif is going to have to put himself in some places if he wants to stay power forward when he gets to the nba but i think that will come easily over time if things go as planned although i think he will definitely be in the league within the next few years number five Jordan Lowry Lowry is Allen Iverson's Hidden Sun which you have to assume came from one of his cronies because everywhere you look there is no mention as one of his sons and I don't I even know how he found out he's a son of a person, but he did it anyway, that's beside the point.
However, we can't say much about Jordan Larry because he's still so young, but what we can say is that he definitely has the AI ​​handles and the ability to finish in the rim, so again it's easy for him to look so good in the court now because he's younger but he probably won't be too tall when he's older which could be a problem so for him to get as big as his dad you'll have to hope he's as athletically gifted and as pound for pound tough as Iverson was so I hope we get to know more about him once he gets to high school. right now and the most proven with him about to enter the 2019 NBA Draft he is a 72 sinner with a game design for today's NBA and he got to this point when he started playing basketball when he was four years old and quickly caught up with his father. reputation by growing this fi to be six foot five when he was twelve and six foot ten at the age of fourteen, earning him his first d1 scholarship offer in seventh grade and since then he has been a national natural gain Inchon throughout his time in high school and became a five-star recruit who was ranked fourth in the country at a point that placed him as a predicted top 5 or top 10 pick for the 2019 NBA Draft and went out strong for Oregon racking up 21 points nearly 10 rebounds on three blocks per game on 52% from 3, but he suffered a season-ending foot injury, so now he's concerned he could be injury-prone.
Don't be surprised if he didn't turn out to be a great player in the NBA or if his body didn't hold up in the NBA, but personally I'm rooting for him and I think he can be one of the best Center in the NBA one day, number 7. Dennis rodman jr. DJ Rodman's game didn't look any better his first two years in high school, but he just finished his senior year and things are looking up for him, he's a 66-year-old guard who had 22 points and nine rebounds per game for his school and that right off the bat already starts him off much better than his father who never played basketball in high school and is already much more skilled on offense than Rodman was in his playing days and the best part of the GM game right now is this shooting ability especially from mid range as you can see DJ and his father are completely different players and he said that's intentional because he didn't want to live anywhere near that shadow though one thing he does when I have in common with His father's game is his

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effort and energy on the court, so he said he's been working hard to add that to his game and overall he seems like a solid player, but surprisingly he only received one scholarship offer from Cal stat e Fullerton, but if he can p Lay with the same energy and even half the defensive ability that Rodman had at guard with a jump shot, then I'll have no problem becoming a much bigger prospect in the next few years, the number 8 Zyre Wade while the son of Dwyane Wade is one of the most talked about sons of NBA players he still has a long way to go he is a six two point guard who just finished a great high school and got his first scholarship offer from Nebraska and his senior season he will definitely be looking to get more offers from bigger schools but even if he doesn't that's okay because neither is his father who was only recruited by three schools after high school, but with kids like Xavier, who played his whole life, got to train with NBA players, he has a future. hall of famer like his father and mentor and his access to the best coaches in the world no talent I'll rate the next generations for now that anger is nowhere near any national rankings and he's not as good as some NBA pl ayers has been in high school but i think he will definitely make it to the nba one day, number 9 lebron james jr.
LP double J has been one of the most talked about NBA players for years now he is just 14 years old at five foot ten one hundred and fifty pounds and has been dunking since he was 13 he certainly looks like he already will follow. Directly following in his father's footsteps, at least as an athlete, the man or boy even got his first college scholarship offer when he was 10 and then the next year he got offers from Kentucky and Duke and every year, the junior games of LeBron James developed with LeBron saying that he already handles the ball much better and shoots 3-pointers than at that age we talked about a year ago who has had access to the best coaches in basketball programs since he was born and the same goes for james jr. . which explains why certain aspects of his game are better than his father's at his age now just because all time great Bronson with a kid who loves basketball means nothing like we've seen in the past but with the The way things are talking about how LeBron James Jr. is progressing physically and on the court.
She's already showing signs that he could become another all-time great like his father one day and that will definitely end the video, guys think about these nine players plus honorable mentions and whose future you look forward to. to the maximum if you liked the video do not forget to give it a like subscribe and see you next time

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