The future is now.
With the current NBA era of superstars increasingly known for joining up with one other to form "superteams," that same mentality has spread to the high school basketball level. Yes, the the sons of LeBron James and Dwayne Wade will be teammates in the upcoming season.
Bryce Maximus, James' younger son, is two years younger than Bronny and will also be joining the program eventually as well.
James' sons are transferring to Sierra Canyon from LA's Crossroads School, while Wade moves from American Heritage School just outside Fort Lauderdale, Fla.
Sierra Canyon has a recent history with the children of former NBA stars, with Scotty Pippen and Kenyon Martin's sons having played for the school as well.
Bronny James is a freshman and Zaire Wade is a senior, so this will be their one chance to play together before Zaire picks a college to attend. There is sure to be lots of exposure at Sierra Canyon this year, to say the very least.