LeBron James’ younger son ‘likes’ an IG post of Angel Reese setting her friend up with 17YO TikTok sensation

LeBron JamesLeBron James’ younger son ‘likes’ an IG post of Angel Reese

Part of why Angel Reese grew to be one of the biggest stars in college basketball was her strong social media presence. Some of her recent activity online caught the attention of the son of NBA star LeBron James.

Recently, Reese did a livestream on Instagram to chat with fans. By the end, she was playing matchmaker. 17-year-old sensation TikTok “Whiteboyem” was in the stream, which led to Reese shouting him out. She also told him one of her friends was interested in him and to DM her so she could set them up.

Angel Reese’s livestream ended with over one million views on Instagram. Among those watching was LeBron James’ youngest son Bryce. The high school basketball star even dropped a like on the stream.
Bryce James shows love to Angel ReeseBryce James shows love to Angel Reese

Reese is currently going through her first training camp in the WNBA. Over the next week, the Chicago Sky will play their two preseason matchups. Reese will then make her official debut on May 15 in a game against the Dallas Wings.

Coming off a strong two-year tenure at LSU, the Sky drafted Reese No. 7 overall to be a pillar for the franchise moving forward.

Angel Reese planning to link up with top NFL draft pick Caleb Williams

Over the past month, the Chicago Sky were not the only franchise in town to secure new promising young talent. In the 2024 NFL draft, the Chicago Bears took quarterback Caleb Williams with the No. 1 overall pick.

Williams and Angel Reese are friends. The two linked up through a mutual friend. Now in the same city to start their pro careers, the two plan on hanging out.

During an interview with NBC Chicago, Reese talked about her friendship with Williams. She stated their mutual friend plans on coming to Chicago soon and they are all going to link up.

“Yeah, that’s my dog,” Reese said. “Yeah, me and Caleb are cool. One of my good friends is best friends with him.

“We talked after he got drafted, I don’t know when he’s going to be here, but we’re all going to hang out. My friend is coming down and we’re all going to hang out because we’re all cool.”

The two grew up not far from one another. After growing up in the Washington D.C. area, Williams went on to Oklahoma for college. He transferred to USC following his freshman season, and eventually went on to win the Heisman trophy.

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