Last Monday (02), during the Los Angeles Lakers’ media day, he was asked about the health of his son, Bronny James, who suffered a cardiac arrest on the courts of the University of Southern California (USC), stating that the player’s return will happen soon.
“Bronny is doing great. He has begun his rehabilitation to return to the court this season. We’re happy to see where he is and what his future holds,” said LeBron James at the press conference. The athlete also reported that his son had undergone surgery and that it went well.
While Bronny James does not return to the basketball court, the coach of the University of Southern California (USC), Andy Enfield, told a little more about the athlete’s recovery from the accident. “Bronny is doing very well, but we cannot comment on anything from a medical point of view. He’s going to class and doing great in school, and we’re really excited for him.”
Previously, for the first time, Bronny James’ colleagues recalled the accident that occurred with the player in July this year, on the Galen Center court. DJ Rodman reports that the event left him in a state of alert as the athlete had witnessed two other heart attacks from other former teammates.
When the athlete began to feel unwell, athletic trainers at the University of Southern California (USC) managed to implant the defibrillator and immediately called emergency services to request help for the athlete. After numerous studies and tests, LeBron James’ son was discharged from the hospital and diagnosed with a congenital heart defect.