LeBron James' sons show off their on-court skills during Ohio Showcase

Published Feb. 1, 2016 2:28 p.m. EST

LeBron James better watch his back, because two younger Jameses are making a run for the title of most entertaining player in the family.

James' two sons, LeBron Jr. and Bryce Maximus, competed in the Ohio Showcase tournament as members of the North Coast Blue Chip team. Turns out, to no one's surprise, both of them can absolutely ball.

Check out the highlights:

Of course, they ended up with a pair of trophies:


LeBron Jr., the older of the two, is just 11 years old, but you can already see some of the mannerisms his father promotes come out through his game, whether that's through his passing from the lane or the way he pushes the ball up the court. It's uncanny at times. 

This isn't the first time we've learned what he can do on the floor, either. This remarkably entertaining video, a compilation of some of his best highlights from age seven through 10, went viral about a year ago:

Bryce Maximus, meanwhile, is only eight years old and is already knocking down jumpers at a more consistent basis than half of my high school basketball team. And whenever you get a pair of kids who can actually ball this well, it's always fun to watch.