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Bronny James Suffers Cardiac Arrest During USC Basketball Practice

Lebron James’s son, Bronny James (Lebron James Jr.), suffered cardiac arrest at USC during basketball practice. The 18-year-old star athlete does not have a publicly documented history of heart-related problems. The incident happened Monday morning. Medical attention arrived on the scene to an unconscious man on the ground. The ambulance arrived and departed with lights and sirens, signifying the severity of the situation. A spokesperson for the James family says that Bronny is no longer in ICU and is in stable condition. It is not quite clear if he is at home or still in a local area hospital.

Bronny recently committed to the University of Southern California which is near his home in the Los Angeles area. Lebron James Sr. has expressed an interest to play in the NBA alongside his son once he gets drafted which will most likely happen in 2024. This health scare is the first publicly known case affecting Bronny James, and it is not quite clear how it will affect his basketball career going forward. There are questions and rumors about his vaccination status, but no information is confirmed in relation to that. There are countless videos of young male athletes who appear perfectly healthy passing out after allegedly getting vaccinated.

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Bronny James Suffers Cardiac Arrest During Workout at USC

Bronny James suffers cardiac arrest at USC, is now stable – Los Angeles Times

Bronny James stable, out of ICU following cardiac arrest – ESPN

LeBron James’ son, Bronny, suffers ‘cardiac arrest,’ family spokesperson says | Fox News

Report: USC’s Bronny James stable, out of ICU after cardiac arrest during workout

Bronny James suffers cardiac arrest at practice, in stable condition – The Athletic

Elon Musk Uses Bronny James’ Cardiac Arrest for Anti-Vax Conspiracy – Rolling Stone

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