The ESPN will air more high-school games featuring Bronny James and Zaire Wade than some NBA teams

The ESPN will air more high-school games featuring Bronny James and Zaire Wade than some NBA teams

If you are were a fan of the LeBron James and Dwyane Wade duo from the Heat days, the ESPN has the next best thing for you. Both of their sons are the next big thing in high-school basketball playing for the Sierra Canyon High School. Bronny James is a freshman while Zaire Wade is two years older, and their games will be aired on ESPN’s channels 15 times this season.

The games will be aired on November 21, and even though the contract is confidential, ESPN is paying the school a considerable amount of money for the rights to show the games. What is incredible is the fact that some NBA teams don’t have that attention on the national level like the Washington Wizards, whose point guard Isaiah Thomas raised the issue on his Twitter account. To put things into perspective, the Wizards have only four nationally televised games this season.

This high-school team is stacked with talent, and there is even high probability both Bronny and Zaire won’t have much playing time. This team has a loaded roster, and they are currently ranked eighth in the country. Some of the other formidable players on that roster are Zaire Williams, who is probably the best player on that team alongside Bj Boston, who already committed for the University of Kentucky, TCU recruit Terren Frank and Amari Bailey who will be playing for UCLA.