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LeBron James Says He Has to 'Remain Strong' Following Bronny's Health Scare, Posts Pics With Son Bryce

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LeBron James is carrying on. The day after his 18-year-old son, Bronny James, was released from the hospital, the 38-year-old Los Angeles Lakers star took to Instagram to reflect on his family's challenging time.In his post, LeBron is focused as he plays basketball with his 16-year-old son, Bryce.

LeBron and his wife, Savannah James, are also parents to their 8-year-old daughter, Zhuri. «It's my job to always remain strong & to show them the blueprint regardless of the outcome,» LeBron wrote alongside the photos with Bryce, who previously expressed his support for his brother.A post shared by.

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