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LeBron James: "Seeing my boys outside hooping at 5 am literally made me cry in the car riding to my workout."

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Basketball runs deep in the LeBron James family and this was evident the other night when LeBron woke up at 5 am to start his workout. He was caught by a surprise to see his sons already awake. Bronny and Bryce James were already playing basketball at their driveway and this is something that made LeBron really proud because his son was working on his game.

LeBron was proud to see his sons practicing and just shooting hoops at a time most people are still sleeping. The work ethic needed to succeed especially in the NBA, Bronny and Bryce obviously inherited from his dad who even after 16 years in the league has the same strict work regime that kept him in the conversation as the best player in the league for over a decade.

"Man seeing my boys outside hooping at 5 am literally made me cry in the car riding to my workout. OD proud dad moment that you wouldn’t understand from my perspective unless you never had a dad around your whole life or have kids of your own that you trying to instill the word “Work Ethic” to them cause they’ll never have to go through what you had to."

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