After a tough game, LeBron James comforted his son Bryce and told him how he made crucial plays in the narrow win.
Despite being one of the biggest sports stars in the world, LeBron James still has time to be a supportive dad.
James took to Instagram Wednesday morning to share a part of the conversation he had with his youngest son, Bryce, after a tough game.
“After my guy Bryce and his team came back to win a game they had no business winning I had a few words for him going forward,” James captioned the post.
In the video, he lauds his son for making three crucial plays in helping his team win, even though it wasn’t his best performance.
“You made three of the biggest plays of the game. You want me to tell you what they were?” James asks his son. “You get too down on yourself for no reason.”
James went on to list how Bryce helped his team get out of a jam, then told him not to sweat the small stuff.
“If you’re missing shots or making shots, don’t worry about it, kid. You played a hell of a game,” James said. “You ain’t got to worry about making shots or missing shots.”
James ended his pep talk by telling his son he was proud of him and that he did a good job.
Bryce, 11, is James’ youngest son. His eldest, LeBron James Jr., is already making a splash in the basketball world at age 14 with the North Coast Blue Chips at the Amateur Athletic Union level.