The LeBron James buzz won't slow down until the decision of where he will play basketball next season is made.
So let the speculation continue.
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It boiled a bit more Monday when an interview published of Hall of Famer Gary Payton telling BlackSportsOnline.com's Sheena Davis that James' son, LeBron James Jr., is committed to Sierra Canyon School, an institution in Chatsworth, California, that enrolls pre-kindergarten through 12th grade.
Which means James to the Lakers, right? Who knows.
LeBron James Jr. is 13 years old and his highlight reels are already going viral on YouTube. The sons of former NBA players Scottie Pippen and Kenyon Martin play for Sierra Canyon's high school varsity team.
Here is some of what Payton had to say (and you can get more on this story here, via USA TODAY):
His son just committed to Sierra Canyon, which is in the valley of L.A., that's where his son is going to go to school.
A son at that age, you don't want to be away from him for that period of time.
I think he wants to be around his son a lot, see his son play, so that's going to play a key factor, too.
He's been saying this for the last year or so: his family is going to dictate where he goes and his last days in basketball, so that might be a stepping point for him, to go to L.A. But we don't know, we've got to wait.
And there's been nothing confirmed or announced about where James' son will be attending school.
UPDATE: Got a quote about LeBron James Jr. from Scotty Pippen Jr: "It would make sense for him to come [to Sierra Canyon] ... We all feel the same pressure. I don't know if he's coming, but of course, we'd love to have him."
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As you can remember, rumors swirled in late February that James was checking out private schools in the Philadelphia area during the NBA All-Star break.
Very little came from it.
But not only do we have a LeBron James watch, it seems like we now have one for LeBron James Jr., as well.