Adrian Wojnarowski Reveals Bronny James Transfer Destination Possibility

Adrian Wojnarowski Reveals Bronny James Transfer Destination Possibility

Bronny James sent shockwaves throughout the basketball world this week when he announced his decision to declare for the 2024 NBA Draft.

There is one NBA team that attended a lot of his USC games this past season, but it is unclear how much interest in the youngster there truly is at the pro level right now.

In addition, Bronny entered the transfer portal – he will maintain the option of staying in school another year and simply switching to a program other than USC.
Adrian Wojnarowski Reveals Bronny James Transfer Destination Possibility
“I’ve had a year with some ups and downs but all added to growth for me as a man, student and athlete,” James wrote on Instagram. “I’ve made the decision to enter the NBA Draft while maintaining my college eligibility, and will also be entering the NCAA transfer portal.

“Thank you to USC for an amazing Freshman year, and as always thankful for my family, friends, doctors, athletic, trainers and fans for their support.”


Shortly thereafter, ESPN NBA insider Adrian Wojnarowski swooped in and revealed one program worth keeping an eye as it pertains to Bronny.

“Duquesne is expected to be among his prominent considerations, sources said. Duquesne’s new coach, Dru Joyce, was a high school teammate of LeBron’s and is a longtime James family friend,” Wojnarowski wrote on ESPN.

“Joyce was promoted to head coach after Keith Dambrot retired following an Atlantic 10 championship and a run to the NCAA tournament. Dambrot was the high school coach of James and Joyce at St. Vincent-St. Mary in Akron, Ohio.”

Bronny is headed for an interesting next few months. Time will tell if this week’s decisions will ultimately pay off for him, but either way, the James family will undoubtedly provide a good support system for him no matter what he decides to do.

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