One of the big stories about LeBron James this season was when he revealed that he would eventually like to play with his son Bronny for a season when and if he makes it to the league.

Bronny has recently taken some leaps in his career, he got his mixtape, and overall looks like he has what it takes to make it at the highest level.

And it's hard to imagine that he wouldn't, considering that he has grown up having the best player in the world to train alongside.

When LeBron James is molding the foundations of someone's game like he must have for Bronny when he first started learning, then he is sure to have picked up some brilliant skills.

During a recent Q&A LeBron did, he answered questions on several topics. He was asked about Bronny and specifically about whether Bronny can give him a challenge in a 1 on 1 game yet.

And James' response wasn't an expected one, but interesting nonetheless: "The last time we actually played I shattered the backboard on a dunk so we couldn't finish the game."

Despite being 37 and having a son nearing the age when he can enter the NBA, LeBron is still at the very top of the game.

Bron should enjoy it while he can, surely this won't last for too long. Bronny is about to start entering his physical peak in the next few years while Bron leaves his, so breaking the 

backboard and ending the game might just become the only way LBJ keeps his winning streak alive.