Bronny James, Son of LeBron James, Suffers Cardiac Arrest at USC Basketball Practice
Bronny James, the 18-year-old son of LeBron James, suffered a cardiac arrest during a practice with the USC Trojans men’s basketball team on Monday. The four-star recruit collapsed on the court during practice and was taken to the hospital, where he was checked into the intensive care unit.
James’s father, LeBron, confirmed the news in a tweet on Monday night. “My son is doing well,” he wrote. “Thank you for the prayers.”
The USC medical staff was able to treat James and stabilize his condition. He was released from the ICU on Tuesday morning and is now recovering in a hospital room.
The cause of James’s cardiac arrest is not yet known. However, his father said that he had been experiencing chest pains before collapsing.
James’s collapse is a reminder of the dangers of sudden cardiac arrest, which can happen to anyone, regardless of age or fitness level. If you experience chest pains or other symptoms of a heart attack, it is important to seek medical attention immediately.
James is a talented basketball player who has been compared to his father. He is expected to be a key member of the USC Trojans men’s basketball team this season.
The James family has asked for privacy during this time. However, they have expressed their gratitude to the USC medical staff for their care and support.