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Lebron James’ son Bronny suffers a cardiac arrest during USC practice

Buffalo Bills star Damar Hamlin sent his prayers to Bronny James and the James family after the 18-year-old collapsed and suffered a cardiac arrest.

Bronny, the son of NBA superstar LeBron, was rushed to hospital following the cardiac arrest during a training session at USC’s Galen Center on Monday morning, his family confirmed today.

He is now in a stable condition and has been released from intensive care.

Hamlin, 25, suffered cardiac arrest on January 2 when he collapsed on the field during the Bills’ Week 17 game against the Cincinnati Bengals and had to be resuscitated.

The NFL safety has made a miraculous recovery and pledged to be there to support the James family as Bronny goes through the same process.

‘Prayers to Bronny & The James family as well,’ Hamlin tweeted alongside a praying emoji. ‘Here for you guys just like you have been for me my entire process.’

Hamlin is practicing with his teammates and is expected to return as normal ahead of the new season, although it is unclear how the Bills staff will deal with his gametime.

In recent weeks, Hamlin has been on a ‘CPR Tour’ around America that began in Buffalo in early June – the player’s way of trying to give back to the first responders who used CPR to save his life.

He also recently attended the ESPY awards, where LeBron and the entire James clan, including his wife, Savannah, and their three children Bronny, Bryce, 16, and Zhuri, 8, joined the NBA icon on stage as he accepted an award.

An emotional Hamlin was at the ceremony in Los Angeles to present the Buffalo Bills training staff that saved his life with an ESPY Award for Service.

His incredible return to fitness, and the fact Hamlin is alive today, is solely down to the medical staff that treated him in the immediate aftermath of the incident in Cincinnati.

Bronny, who recently committed to the Trojans, was rushed to hospital in an ambulance after a 911 call was made at 9.26am Monday.

The incident is believed to have been a Code 3, which signifies the seriousness of the call as it requires ambulance lights and sirens.

A spokesman for the James family said: ‘Yesterday while practicing Bronny James suffered a cardiac arrest. Medical staff was able to treat Bronny and take him to the hospital. He is now in stable condition and no longer in ICU.

‘We ask for respect and privacy for the James family and we will update media when there is more information. LeBron and Savannah wish to publicly send their deepest thanks and appreciation to the USC medical and athletic staff for their incredible work and dedication to the safety of their athletes.’

This incident is the second time that USC medical staff has responded to a basketball player with cardiac arrest during practice.

Last summer, Vince Iwuchukwu collapsed at a practice and was revived by USC athletic trainers. He returned to playing basketball six months later.

Twitter CEO Elon Musk claimed that the Covid-19 vaccine may have caused Bronny’s collapse. sparking outrage on social media.

‘We cannot ascribe everything to the vaccine, but, by the same token, we cannot ascribe nothing,’ Musk wrote in response to a media report on Tuesday.

Myocarditis is a known side-effect. The only question is whether it is rare or common,’ Musk’s tweet continued.

Bronny, who committed to USC in May, took another step on the path to following his father’s basketball footsteps by choosing to wear his iconic No 6 at the school for his freshman year.

USC revealed the exciting news on their Twitter page, writing alongside a graphic: ‘FIRST LOOK: Bronny James will wear No. 6 for the Trojans.’

His father LeBron, of course, is synonymous with the No 6 from his glittering career with both the Los Angeles Lakers and Miami Heat – although he has also worn No 23 before.

This year, the 38-year-old James became the leading points scorer in the all-time history of the NBA, overtaking Kareem Abdul-Jabbar’s tally of 38,387 career points.

LeBron is believed to want to keep playing in the NBA until Bronny can join him in the league.

‘I need to be on the floor with my boy, I got to be on the floor with Bronny,’ James told ESPN in January.

‘Either in the same uniform or a matchup against him,’ he said. ‘. . . But I would love to do the whole Ken Griffey Sr. and Jr. thing. That would be ideal for sure.’

James is under contract for two more years in LA while his son could enter the NBA in the 2024 Draft after playing a season at USC.

He was last seen hugging Lionel Messi at his match in Fort Lauderdale last week.

A member of the Sierra Canyon School’s Class of 2023, Bronny graduated form the California high school in May, where proud parents LeBron and Savannah could be seen beaming.

The graduation came just days after Bronny and his rumored girlfriend Peyton Gelfuso, 19, suffered vile racist abuse from trolls on social media.

His mom, Savannah, had shared photos of the young couple attending Bronny’s senior prom.

The 6-foot-3 guard donned a custom black Chrome Hearts suit and Dior shoes for the occasion, while Peyton dazzled in a strapless, black satin dress.

But trolls launched attacks at Bronny as some people on the internet were not happy with his decision to take someone who is ‘light skinned’ to prom, and social media was soon flooded with a slew of nasty comments about the pairing.

Peyton reportedly attended Sierra Canyon, graduating the year before Bronny, and appears to split her time between Los Angeles and Dallas as she attends Southern Methodist University (SMU), where she is a member of the Tri Delta sorority, according to her Instagram bio.

Bronny had already committed to USC in May after having several programs interested in him, including scholarship offers from Ohio State and Oregon.

The younger James announced his decision on Instagram, ending more than a year of speculation about his future. ‘Fight On,’ he wrote, referencing a Trojans slogan and adding the hashtag, ‘#committed.’

Unsurprisingly, Bronny chose a Nike school, aligning him with the apparel giant that has helped turn his father into a billionaire. And as an added benefit, he is remaining in the LA area, playing less than an hour from his high school, Sierra Canyon.

Bronny’s commitment was a major coup for a basketball program that has traditionally been overshadowed by Trojans football.

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LeBron James Reveals He And His Family Are Vaccinated Against Covid, Calls It “A Personal Decision”

LeBron James today revealed for the first time unequivocally that he has been vaccinated against Covid-19.

“I was skeptic[al] at first,” said James, “but I did my research.” The Lakers superstar said he decided it was the best decision “for my family and for my friends, that’s why I decided to do it.”

Throughout the past year, James has been evasive about his vaccination status. But now some cities — such as Los Angeles, New York and San Francisco — have vaccination requirements for indoor “mega events,” which include NBA games.

San Francisco requires anyone age 12 and over attending an indoor event with more than 1,000 people to provide proof of vaccination or proof of a medical or religious exemption. That includes games at Chase Center, home of the Warriors.

The NBA denied Golden State swingman Andrew Wiggins’ request for a religious exemption to vaccination. That means he may not be able to practice or play in his team’s home games this year unless he meets San Francisco’s strict requirements for inoculation at indoor events. The rules apply only to players on home teams, with visitors exempt.

The league’s players association has claimed 90% of its players are vaccinated. Negotiations are ongoing between the NBA and the union on Covid-19 protocols. The players association has held firm in the contention that its players not be required to be vaxed. NBA players will not be mandated to get vaccinated against COVID-19, league sources have told ESPN.

Lakers officials previously, and James today, said they expect their roster to be fully-vaccinated by opening night.

“We’re excited we gave ourselves another opportunity to be available for each other,” said James, stressing that an important part of his job as a leader was to be available for his team.

James’ former Cavaliers teammate Kyrie Irving, who now plays for the Brooklyn Nets, is one of the most prominent players who have not revealed their vaccination status, and Irving was not at the Nets media day this week. He later declined to discuss his vaccination status on a Zoom with reporters. He repeatedly asked reporters who raised the topic to respect his privacy.

New York City requires pro athletes who play indoors to show proof of at least one vaccine shot.

Read More: LeBron James Reveals He And His Family Are Vaccinated Against Covid, Calls It “A Personal Decision”

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