Baller Kids! LeBron James and Dwyane Wade's Teen Sons To Play Basketball Together At LA Prep School

LAS VEGAS, NV - JULY 26:  (L-R) Dwyane Wade, Zaire Wade, Bryce Maximus James, LeBron James Sr and LeBron James Jr. pose together after Zaire Wadeâ  s AAU game at the Fab 48 tournament at Bishop Gorman High School on July 26, 2018 in Las Vegas, Nevada.  (Photo by Cassy Athena/Getty Images)

Baller Kids! LeBron James and Dwyane Wade's Teen Sons To Play Basketball Together At LA Prep School

Looks like there's a new super team in the making.

Published May 31st

It looks like Wade and James will be forming a new super team soon, and we aren’t talking about LeBron and Dwyane.

The Los Angeles Daily News reports, LeBron James' sons Bronny James, 14, and Bryce James, 11, and Dwyane Wade's son Zaire, 17, will all attend Sierra Canyon School in Chatsworth, California this fall.

Both of the James boys previously attended Crossroads School in Santa Monica while Zaire Wade is currently a junior at American Heritage School in Plantation, Florida.

Bronny and Zaire will no doubt create a miniature version of their father’s iconic Miami Heat championship-winning duo. Zaire, who will be part of the Class of 2020, already has an offer from Nebraska.

While Bronny, who has been receiving attention ever since he first learned to dribble, already had visits from top NCAA coaches like Duke’s Mike Krzyzewski.

  1. According to ESPN, LeBron James told sources the decision to transfer his sons was motivated by basketball.

    Sierra Canyon, which enrolls students from preschool to 12th grade, is not only a premier academic institution but also has one of the best basketball programs in the state.

    Last season, Sierra Canyon went 32-3 and won the state title. The championship roster included the sons of former NBA stars Scottie Pippen and Kenyon Martin, aptly named Scotty Pippen Jr. and KJ Martin.

    News of the new Sierra Canyon team already resulted in excitement.

Written by Rachel Herron

(Photo: Cassy Athena/Getty Images)

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