In an exciting development for basketball fans, Mercy Miller, the talented son of the legendary Master P, is set to team up with Bryce Maximus James, the son of NBA superstar LeBron James, on the hardwood this upcoming season. Bryce James recently announced his decision to transfer to Notre Dame High School from Campbell High, following a two-year stint at Sierra Canyon High School alongside his older brother Bronny.
Last season, Mercy Miller played a pivotal role in leading Notre Dame to a state championship, and with Bryce joining the team under the guidance of Coach Matt Sargeant, they’re aiming for back-to-back titles. As Mercy enters his senior year, he maintains his status as a highly-regarded four-star recruit, securing the 11th spot among California’s top players. Upon graduating from high school, Mercy has committed to playing for Coach Kelvin Sampson at the University of Houston.
On the other hand, Bryce James, a talented 16-year-old, remains uncommitted as he enters his junior season. As a 6’6″ small forward, he’s also a four-star recruit, drawing significant attention from basketball enthusiasts. Master P couldn’t contain his excitement about the prospect of his son and Bryce teaming up as he proudly shared a highlight reel of the dynamic duo on his Instagram.
The upcoming fall season promises to be a whirlwind for LeBron James, with his commitments to the Lakers and the added excitement of his eldest son Bronny starting his freshman year at USC. Meanwhile, Bryce will be showcasing his skills in Sherman Oaks at Notre Dame High School, adding to the family’s basketball legacy in the Los Angeles area. This convergence of talent and family connections has basketball fans eagerly anticipating the action on and off the court.