The James Gang is set for another move ahead of the turn of the year.
LeBron James’ second son, Bryce James, has reportedly switched schools again as reports claim he’s headed back to Sierra Canyon after a three-month stint at Notre Dame.
This move would be a third for Bryce, who officially enrolled at his old school and returned school and basketball equipment to Notre Dame on Tuesday. He could be eligible by next week due to the region’s A-B-A rule.
The 16-year-old played his freshman and sophomore seasons at Sierra Canyon before transferring to Campbell Hall and then Notre Dame. He was ineligible for the first half of the season due to his family not changing residences. But his move back will permit him to play as he didn’t feature in any games for ND.
Bryce split his time between JV and varsity in his sophomore year, averaging 3.8 points per game in 12 varsity outings. The four-star has received official offers from Ohio State and Duquesne.
Meanwhile, his older brother, Bronny, has been cleared to return to basketball following a cardiac arrest earlier this year and recently participated in warmups with the USC Trojans for the first time since the near-tragic incident.