Bronny James Makes College Basketball Debut for USC After Cardiac Arrest

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Bronny James Makes College Basketball Debut for USC After Cardiac Arrest

  • Bronny James stepped onto the hardwood for the first time as a college basketball player on Sunday, with his father, LeBron James, watching from the stands.
  • James’ debut came less than five months after he suffered a cardiac arrest during a practice in July.
  • James’ team, the University of Southern California Trojans, lost Sunday’s game to the visiting Long Beach State, 84-79.
  • The freshman guard was cleared by doctors to return to basketball at the end of November.
  • Recovery and Return to Basketball

    James, 19, announced he was joining USC in May, but his cardiac arrest required months of recovery. After being treated at Cedars-Sinai hospital in Los Angeles, James was sent home to rest, As per his cardiologist. He was later found to have a congenital heart defect.

    Support and Family Involvement

    LeBron James, who won the first ever NBA In-Season Tournament MVP Saturday night, watched his son’s debut along with other members of his family. “It’s going to be a hell of a weekend for me. To be able to win the In-Season Tournament, pick up a little dough on the way and then go see my son tomorrow at the Galen Center,” LeBron James said to a Lakers reporter Saturday night.

    The James family thanked the medical team, the USC community, friends, family, and fans for their love and support as Bronny James returned to the basketball court.

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