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NFL Punter Doesn’t Hold Back His Thoughts On Bronny James’ Skills

Bronny James #6 of the USC Trojans reacts after blocking a shot by Dylan Andrews #2 of the UCLA Bruins in the first half at Galen Center on January 27, 2024 in Los Angeles, California.
(Photo by Jayne Kamin-Oncea/Getty Images)


The 2024 NBA Draft is rapidly approaching, and there is one storyline that is being talked about more than the rest.

Bronny James has officially put his name in the hat for this year’s draft, giving him a potential opportunity to enter the league.

His collegiate career didn’t pan out as well as many had hoped for, so it was surprising to many fans that he declared for the draft.

Despite some initial criticism about his decision, James has started to participate in the NBA Combine, which has turned heads in more ways than one.

Some analysts have indicated that James has outperformed his college tape, while others have been more critical of his performance to this point.

Punter Johnny Hekker decided to give his take in a recent tweet, saying “Bro’s catch and release is 2-3 business days.”

While this was likely said in jest, Hekker’s response has received over five million views on Twitter.

Fans and analysts on both sides of the issue have responded accordingly, with many people being critical of Hekker’s take.

It will be interesting to see how James’ NBA career pans out, and if he’ll make Hekker eat his words.

His father is viewed as one of the best players in league history, which is a big reason for James’ rise to fame to this point.

If he can play well, he’ll not only silence doubters like Hekker, but prove to himself that he’s not just resting on his father’s laurels, and that he’s a genuinely good basketball player.

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