Sierra Canyon beats Christ the King

On Monday night time, the sons of two NBA legends met on the court docket, with Bronny James and the Sierra Canyon (Calif.) getting on Kiyan Anthony and Christ the King (NY.). For a substantial faculty basketball recreation, it drew some actual Hollywood star electricity. Broadcast on ESPN2, the sport by natural means drew stars like LeBron James and Scottie Pippen, but Kim Kardashian was also noticed in the crowd.

In the conclusion, the Bronny’s Trailblazers beat Kiyan’s Royals, 62-51. Here’s how the two young players executed and who else stood out.

Bronny James:

Bronny’s most important emphasize of the video game was in the first quarter on a breakaway steal and dunk, which brought on a lofty LeBron comparison:

This lefty windmill layup late in the third quarter may well have been his most remarkable perform, however.

Later on on, Bronny threw down an alley-oop to ignite the group. While Bronny does not glimpse like a organic shooter at this time, he is previously a strong finisher on the crack and a sharp facilitator.

In the close, James completed with a line of 12 points, 6 rebounds and three helps.

Other Sierra Canyon standouts:

Justin Pippen (Scottie’s son) flashed some sharp ball-managing and capturing chops. On the other hand, capturing guard Isaiah Elohim looked like the ideal participant on the ground as he scored a staff-significant 17 details. That befits his status as a five-star recruit and the No. 1 prospect in California in the class of 2024. He already has 11 faculty features.

Kiyan Anthony:

Anthony didn’t get as much consideration as opposed to Bronny. On the bright facet, he’s a a lot much better shooter. His to start with basket was a capture-and-shoot three from the corner early in the second quarter. His jumper has a swift launch and exceptional variety with tons of range, not as opposed to Melo’s.

He has a spooky-significant ceiling from deep.

Anthony concluded with eight factors, two boards and two helps.

Other Christ the King standouts:

Electric power forward Qin Pang was exceptional in the first 50 percent. He impressed with his electricity on cuts and screens he moved very well without having the ball and demonstrated a amazingly soft contact for his dimension (6-foot-9, 230 pounds). A tough spin robbed him of a 3 just prior to halftime. Pang has 11 features, together with Michigan, Oregon and UCLA.

Sierra Canyon is now 7-1 this year. Their subsequent matchup will be going to LeBron’s alma mater St. Vincent-St. Mary (Ohio) on Saturday. In the meantime, Christ the King is 2-2 and hosts St. Francis Prep (NY) on Tuesday, Dec. 20.