In one of his most recent postings, the basketball player demonstrated that he was her daughter’s greatest supporter when she was playing volleyball. Lebron James Celebrates Becoming A Proud Parent as she serves the ball in a series of footage from her game.
LeBron James is a proud father of three andatremendous NBA and entrepreneur. This weekend, he highlighted his 8-year-old daughter Zhuri Nova’s athletic abilities in a social post.
“Another one on the way!” “Uh-Oh,” James captioned the photo. “Let’s Go [Munchkin].” @allthingszhuri received NEXT. VIBES. #ZTheWarriorPrincess #JamesGang”
In one of the videos, Zhuri can be seen from the court giving James an uncomfortable side-eye as he says, “Let’s go, Munchkin.” The touching father-daughter scene made folks in the audience and on social media giggle.
“Zhuri’s face at the end,” one admirer commented. Another person said, “I love the look she gave you; I do the same thing to my daughters.”
Zhuri is James’ youngest child, with two elder brothers, Bronny, 19, and Bryce, 16.
“My daughter and my boys are the greatest things in my life,” James previously told Access Hollywood. “So, whenever she smiles, it doesn’t matter what I’m doing; it makes me happy.”
Bronny and Bryce, unlike their younger sister, are also basketball players. Bronny committed to the University of Southern California (USC) basketball team. At the same time, Bryce attends Notre Dame High School in Sherman Oaks, California, and has earned his first Division I college sports offer from Duquesne University.
Earlier this month, James updated his son Bronny’s recuperation after the collegiate athlete collapsed while working out.
“Bronny is doing extremely well,” James remarked at a Lakers news conference, according to People magazine. “He’s begun rehab to get back on the floor this season.”
Finally, James takes delight in always supporting his children’s ambitions.
“My job is to support my son in whatever he desires.” “I support my youngest son Bryce and my daughter Zhuri in whatever they want to do,” the NBA player stated during a news conference.
“Being a parent means [knowing] that it’s not always about what you want. It all comes down to listening to your children and what they desire. That is how you develop a genuine relationship with them.”