Bronny James, the son of the Los Angeles Lakers’ star LeBron James, was reported to be in stable condition after going into cardiac arrest during a basketball practice session at the University of Southern California on Monday. No further updates were provided by his family, the hospital, or his team on Wednesday.
The 18-year-old player was transported to Cedars-Sinai Medical Center following the incident at the USC campus arena. He spent only a brief time in intensive care; a positive sign considering that most cardiac arrest victims undergo numerous tests over several days to detect the cause.
LeBron was spotted entering Cedars-Sinai Medical Center where he went to visit his son, while Bronny’s brother Bryce posted a photo of the pair to Instagram.
The NBA’s all-time leading scorer, LeBron previously expressed hopes of playing alongside Bronny, who would only be able to join the league in 2024 at the earliest. Should his wish be fulfilled, LeBron would enter his 22nd NBA season, tieing with Vince Carter for the longest career in league history.