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LeBron James praises Bronny's dunk at McDonald's All-American, judges disagree

Los Angeles Lakers superstar LeBron James is just a regular dad when he's at home, proving so Monday when he reacted to his son Bronny's dunk at the 2023 McDonald's All-American Dunk Contest.

James, 38, took to Twitter to express his disapproval of some judges giving Bronny a nine instead of a perfect score.

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Bronny's first dunk of the night was a reverse two-handed slam off the bounce that got the crowd roaring.

Even the event's announcers were shocked at the judges' criteria, a sentiment shared by King James.

"It's cool," James tweeted. "Should have been 10s across the board! For sure. Hahaha."

Bronny James finishes second in dunk contest

Duke Blue Devils commit Sean Stewart finished first in the dunk contest when it was all said and done, leaving Bronny in second place.

Michael Stewart, Sean's father, played alongside James in the Cleveland Cavaliers back in the 2003-04 NBA season.

Stewart, however, only played eight games that season and James was already leading the Cavaliers in scoring.

Bronny, 18, has a lot left to prove, but he has already shown that his father's athleticism was definitely passed down.

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