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LeBron James says his son Bronny James’ health is “great,” three days after the 18-year-old suffered cardiac arrest during basketball practice.

“I want to thank the countless people sending my family love and prayers,” the NBA player wrote via Twitter Thursday. “We feel you and I’m so grateful.

“Everyone [is] doing great,” the athlete continued. “We have our family together, safe and healthy, and we feel your love.”

LeBron, 38, concluded, “Will have more to say when we’re ready but I wanted to tell everyone how much your support has meant to all of us! #JamesGang.”

Bronny was practicing with his college team at the University of Southern California on Monday when he went into cardiac arrest.

The teenager was taken to a hospital where he was treated in an intensive care unit and eventually transported to general care.

“He is now in stable condition and no longer in ICU,” James’ spokesperson told Page Six in a statement Tuesday.

The athlete, who is also the father of son Bryce, 16, and daughter Zhuri, 8, was spotted visiting Bronny at a Cedars-Sinai hospital in Los Angeles the previous day in photos exclusively obtained by Page Six.

On Wednesday, TMZ Sports reported that the USC player was “doing much better,” leaving his father “relieved.”

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“[He and wife Savannah James] seem to have gotten enough reassurance from his doctors to tamp down the fear,” an insider told the outlet.

While Bronny’s basektball future remains unclear, he made headlines for his standout performance at Sierra Canyon High School before committing to USC in May.

The teen told Sports Illustrated in LeBron’s August 2022 cover story that he was “born” to play the sport.

“I feel like the path was already chosen,” Bronny explained. “My dad is cool enough to let me take whatever path I want if I wanted to not pursue basketball. But I think basketball is going to be my thing, for sure.”

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