Over the weekend, a terrifying incident occurred during Bronny James’ high school basketball game… After fans in the arena feared someone had a gun, LeBron James’ eldest son was escorted off the court.
Bronny’s Sierra Canyon boys basketball team was playing DeMatha as part of a big showcase event in D.C. on Saturday night… when chaos broke out in the stands near the end of the game.
Several fans in attendance allegedly got into an altercation, and some thought a gun was pulled at one point.
When word of the potential weapon reached the court, coaches and players, including Bronny, fled in fear.
Thankfully, cops tell TMZ Sports that when they arrived on the scene, they conducted a “thorough search” and “did not find a firearm.”
“There were no injuries,” said a police spokesperson.
The two teams did not finish the game “out of an abundance of caution,” according to DeMatha head coach Mike G. Jones III.
Bronny was clearly shaken by it all, saying after the game on his social media page, “high schoolers can’t even hoop in peace now a days.”
Following the incident, neither team played on Sunday.
LeBron has yet to comment on the situation.