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Bronny James advised to skip college for Australian league: What does LeBron think?

LaMelo Ball's father LaVar believes that LeBron James' son, Bronny, should skip college basketball. LaVar has claimed that Bronny would be better off in the event he opted for a one-year spell in the Australian professional league.

He believes that playing overseas - as his son LaMelo did - will offer him the experience needed to make the leap into tha NBA.

"A lot of people going to want to see LeBron's son do good, and a lot of them going to want to say, 'He can't play against no grown men','" LaVar told The Sporting News.

"It's better [in Australia]. Why? Because you playing against grown men and you getting paid.

"If you want to play basketball and you really that dude, why am I sitting in class trying to pass a chemistry test? I don't want to play no chemistry. I don't want to practice no Spanish.

"You're going to have all these players in college trying to come out, [when] you can set your own stage across the water.

"You're going to get the haters and the supporters, that's what makes for filled-up gyms. A lot of people want to see LeBron's son do good and a lot of them want to say 'he can't play against no grown men."

After being at the receiving end of praise following his performance in the McDonald's All-American game, Bronny is expected to decide soon for which college he will opt ahead of next season. The Oregonian has reported that James' son's options include the Buckeyes, Oregon and USC.

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