LeBron James is arguably the best basketball player in the league, but if you were going to nitpick a so-called “weakness” in his game, at least relatively speaking, and especially early in his career, it would be his shooting.
As a shooter, he’s merely pretty good by NBA standards, 34 percent from 3-point range this season, which is the same mark he has for his career.
LeBron’s oldest son, LeBron James Jr., showed off his sweet stroke during Sierra Canyon’s recent victory, which had ESPN National Recruiting Director and NBA Draft analyst Paul Biancardi gushing about the 15-year old’s potential.
LeBron agreed with the assessment.
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