“Father-Son Duo, LeBron and Bronny James, Seek Medical Care at Mayo Clinic in Minnesota”

LeBron James’ oldest son, Bronny, experienced a heart attack on July 24th, but was discharged from the hospital three days later. He is expected to attend USC as planned. The father-son duo recently visited the Mayo Clinic in Minnesota, where Bronny continues to recover. They also dined at Terza Ristorante and were greeted by many fans upon leaving. Despite the scare, Bronny has been seen out with his family and is on the mend. The Mayo Clinic is a highly regarded hospital with locations in Arizona, Minnesota, and Florida. Stay informed on all the latest sports news with DailyMail.com.

LeBron James with his eldest son Bronny (C) and his second-youngest child, Bryce in February

In February, LeBron James was spotted hanging out with his oldest son, Bronny, and his second youngest child, Bryce.

The 18-year-old was released from hospital three days following the stunning incident July 24

After the astonishing event on July 24, the teenager was discharged from the medical facility after three days.

LeBron thanked fans for their wishes of support on behalf of his family in the days following

LeBron expressed his gratitude towards the fans who sent their support to his family after his son Bronny’s recent cardiac arrest. Contrary to reports suggesting that Bronny may delay his first semester at USC, a spokesperson for the James family stated that there is no truth to it. Although the family is following doctors’ orders, they have not ruled out a possible return to basketball for Bronny. LeBron shared a video of his son playing the piano and praised him for being amazing, while assuring him that they are with him every step of the way.

Bronny, pictured with LeBron, Zhuri James and Bryce James at The 2023 ESPYS, was taken by ambulance from USC's Galen Center, where the school's prestigious basketball team plays

On July 24, Bronny James, accompanied by his father LeBron James, sister Zhuri James, and brother Bryce James, was taken to the hospital by ambulance after suffering from a cardiac arrest at USC’s Galen Center. The center is renowned for hosting the university’s basketball games. Earlier this year in May, James Jr. committed to USC and has decided to wear his father’s iconic No. 6 jersey for his freshman year. It is uncertain if he will be able to return to the court; however, LeBron has expressed his desire to play alongside his son in the NBA, stating that he wants to experience the Ken Griffey Sr. and Jr. dynamic.

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