Draymond Green Forecasts Bronny James' Game In The Nba

One might be inclined to disregard Bronny James due to his inaugural year at USC. 

For the Trojans, the son of LeBron James averaged merely 4.8 points, 2.8 rebounds, and 2.1 assists, and his diminutive stature (he is not as muscular as his father) further weakens his case.

Jimmy Butler failed to garner significant scouting attention following his freshman season at Marquette, where he averaged 5.6 points. 

Despite winning two NCAA titles, Jalen Brunson was selected in the second round of the NBA Draft. Those individuals laughed the last.

James may benefit from the revised expectations, according to Draymond Green, who, like James, did not receive significant scouting prior to the 2012 NBA Draft. 

On the most recent episode of "The Draymond Green Show," the Golden State Warriors star predicted that James might become a serviceable three-and-down option in the NBA.

In response to Green's claim that James is a defensive-minded guard, Bronny has been likened by some to Patrick Beverley of the Milwaukee Bucks. 

Green agreed with LeBron James' choice to enter the NBA Draft, whereas some have advocated for him to complete an additional year of college.