Bronny James, the son of NBA legend LeBron James, who is 18 years old and plays college basketball for the University of Southern California (USC), suffered a heart arrest while practicing with the team and was listed in stable condition after the incident.
According to a report by NBA Online Betting PH, the statement indicated that Bronny James was no longer receiving treatment in the intensive care unit at the hospital where he was transported after experiencing cardiac arrest on Monday.
According to a statement made by an LAFD representative on Tuesday, officials from the Los Angeles Fire Department had responded to a medical emergency call just before 9:30 a.m. on Monday at the Galen Center, which serves as the team’s home venue. According to the spokesman, an adult male was evaluated and sent to the hospital. However, the spokeswoman did not divulge the patient’s identification or provide any other information regarding the medical issue.
Neither the family spokesperson nor LeBron James’ agent were immediately available for comment and could not be reached.
According to NBA Online Betting PH, the statement said, “We ask for respect and privacy for the James family, and we will update the media when there is more information.” “We will update the media when there is more information,” the statement concluded.
After being honored as a McDonald’s All-American senior in high school, James is entering his first year at USC as one of the most highly anticipated guards.
LeBron James, who currently plays for the Los Angeles Lakers and is widely regarded as one of the best basketball players of all time, has stated that he would be interested in the possibility of one day competing in the National Basketball Association (NBA) with his kid before he calls it a career.
The incident occurred exactly one year after Vince Iwuchukwu, a center for the USC Trojans, passed out after a workout due to heart failure. Iwuchukwu was brought back to life by the team’s medical staff, and after healing, he participated in the previous season.
It brings to mind another event in January when Buffalo Bills safety Damar Hamlin collapsed in the middle of a Monday night NFL game in Cincinnati after suffering a heart arrest.
While the terrifying event was taking place in front of a sold-out stadium and viewers throughout the country on television, CPR was performed on Hamlin on the track to save his life. Hamlin, who was injured and spent many days in the hospital rehabilitating, intends to participate in football this year.