Where Will Bronny James Play? Sportsbooks Say Oregon

  • Bronny James has +125 odds to play for the Oregon Ducks.
  • The Ohio State Buckeyes and USC Trojans have +300 odds to secure the services of James.
  • His father, LeBron James, is convinced Bronny is already an NBA-level talent.

LAS VEGAS - Bronny James is in the process of picking a college team to play for before attempting to make his NBA debut. James, son of NBA legend LeBron James, is already being touted by his father as a genuinely elite player, and is a top-50 prospect in his own right.

Bronny James Odds On Next Team

  • Oregon +125
  • Ohio State +300
  • USC +300
  • UCLA +500
  • North Carolina +1500
  • Duke +1500
  • Kentucky +1500
  • Kansas +1500
  • G-League Or Overseas +2000

The leading candidate to secure his talents is the Oregon Ducks, which is a deal that makes sense for everyone involved.

Oregon’s close relationship with Nike, the dominant shoe brand – and carrier of the LeBron James line of shoes – could mean that a move to Oregon for Bronny would make perfect sense.

Ohio State is another option close to LeBron’s heart, as the Ohio native is a famous fan of all of his local sports teams.

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Meanwhile, USC, sitting at +300 odds alongside Ohio State, makes sense in the context of LeBron currently playing for the LA Lakers.

However, in light of LeBron’s recent tweet about how much better Bronny was than people playing on League Pass, college basketball betting fans may have to wonder if the G-League isn’t a viable option.

The G-League seems like a real underdog wager here, but it is also possible, especially given LeBron’s association with player empowerment and getting paid fairly for the value you bring to a franchise.

Still, Oregon is the favorite for a reason. Nike would have an absolute field day with the marketing, and the online sportsbooks would be foolish to ignore it.