Here's Why Bronny James and Shareef O'Neal Were Denied Entry to Saweetie's 30th Birthday Celebration

All eyes will be glued to Bronny James when the NCAA college basketball season begins in November.

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Bronny James and Shareef O'Neal couldn't use their celebrity power to get into Saweetie's birthday party because LeBron James' son is underage and can't legally drink, TMZ reports.

Footage from the night shows the promising basketball players hanging out in front of Poppy night club after being denied entry due to Bronny's age. For the record, the younger O'Neal is 23-years-old.

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Bronny James committed to playing at the University of Southern California next season after the 4-star recruit received offers from major Division 1 programs such as Duke, Ohio State, Oregon, Kentucky, and more. He made his decision with an Instagram post announcing the news. 

“Fight On✌🏾#committed,” he wrote in the post.  

Meanwhile, Shareef O'Neal played college ball at UCLA before transferring to his father's alma mater, Lousiana State University. The 23-year-old currently plays for the NBA G League Ignite of the NBA G League after a short stint with the Los Angeles Lakers summer league team last year.

All eyes will be glued to Bronny James when the NCAA college basketball season begins in November. The 18-year-old was a standout in high school, where he played for Sierra Canyon in Los Angeles.  

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