NBA next generation: Bronny James, Cameron Boozer shine in Border League preseason tournament

Oct 18, 2022

Bronny James started his senior season on a high note over the weekend at the Border League. The 6-foot-2 point guard made a strong statement at the fall ball tournament with some of the top high school teams in the nation, with fans packing the gym at Bishop Gorman High School.'

n his first game Friday evening, James netted 31 points (including six 3-pointers) and added five assists and four steals. Sierra Canyon, playing as California Basketball Club for the fall season, struggled the rest of the tournament as they try to find their rhythm and chemistry after adding 12 new players to the varsity squad.

"We learned over the course of the weekend that execution is important," Sierra Canyon head coach Andre Chevalier told Yahoo Sports. "I'm excited about where we can go once they understand their roles. It's hard right now and there will be growing pains, but it's only October and there's a lot of potential with this team."

Source: Yahoo Sports