Video: Bronny James Hit with Object During Sierra Canyon Game

Timothy Rapp@@TRappaRTFeatured ColumnistJanuary 20, 2020

Sierra Canyon's Bronny James #0 is seen against Paul VI during a high school basketball game at the Hoophall Classic, Monday, January 20, 2020, in Springfield, MA. (AP Photo/Gregory Payan)
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Sierra Canyon star Bronny James was hit by an object thrown by a fan during Monday's game vs. Virginia's Paul VI Catholic High School, according to Krysten Peek of Yahoo Sports:

While Peek noted security was called over to remove the fan, police told ESPN's Jeff Borzello that nobody was ejected from the stands because the person in question could not be identified.

"You'd be surprised by all the stuff Bronny has to go through," Sierra Canyon's Ziaire Williams told Peek. "It's not fair, but he doesn't let it faze him at all. I'm learning how to be more like that from him, and he's younger than me."

The game was quite the spectacle with 4,000 fans in attendance. The most notable fan among them was LeBron James, who was there to watch his son, Bronny.

Paul VI won the contest 70-62, led by Trevor Keels (24 points, five rebounds) and Jeremy Roach (16 points, seven assists). Bronny James played 13 minutes, missing both of his shots.

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