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NBA Clears Bronny James for Draft Eligibility

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  • Having declared for the draft in early April and entered the NCAA transfer portal, James faces a decision deadline of May 29 regarding his participation in the upcoming June 26-27 draft or a potential return to college.
  • The approval comes after three doctors evaluated his fitness to play following a cardiac arrest incident during practice in July, which led to a procedure to address a congenital heart defect.

A recent report indicates that Bronny James has received medical clearance from a panel of NBA physicians, allowing him to participate in this week’s pre-draft scouting combine in Chicago.

The approval comes after three doctors evaluated his fitness to play following a cardiac arrest incident during practice in July, which led to a procedure to address a congenital heart defect. Despite the setback, James made his college debut for Southern California on December 10.

Standing at 6-foot-4, the guard played 25 games for the Trojans, averaging 4.8 points, 2.8 rebounds, and 2.1 assists, with six starts. His shooting percentage from the field was 36.6% during his average playing time of 19.3 minutes per game.

Having declared for the draft in early April and entered the NCAA transfer portal, James faces a decision deadline of May 29 regarding his participation in the upcoming June 26-27 draft or a potential return to college.

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