In the basketball world the name Hercy Miller doesn’t ring bells, but it really should. Master P’s son Hercy Miller dominated Bronny Jr in a head to head matchup. It got so bad that Hercy Miller whispered in Bronny James ear, but no one really talked about it.
Details on How Master P’s Son Hercy Miller Dominated Bronny James in a Head to Head Matchup then Whispered in His Ear
Back in January of 2020 Sierra Canyon met Minnehaha Academy, and it seemed like Hercy Miller was on mission to prove he is better than Bronny James. The result was an aggressive Hercy Miller destroying Bronny James’ ankles whenever he tried guarding him. At one point you could see Hercy Miller whisper something in Bronny James ear that may have been disrespectful in a competitive way.
Bronny James should have known that for Hercy Miller it became personal. His little brother Mercy actually called out Bronny James years before their matchup. You know Hercy Miller wasn’t going to let Bronny show him up after his little bro called him out.
Hercy Miller is about 2 years older than Bronny James, and is a far more advanced player even if you compare them at the same age. Hercy Miller’s game seems to be way more polished, while Bronny James is still has an alarmingly raw skillset. Hercy Miller had multiple D1 offers on the table, but ultimately chose to play his college ball at the HCBU Tennessee State.
Hercy Miller is the most talented basketball player of Master P’s many sons. His youngest son Mercy Miller is also making a name for himself with his spectacular talents. Master P is lowkey getting his Lavar Ball on basketball wise.
It will be cool to see how the careers of Hercy Miller and Bronny play out. They are both working hard to achieve the NBA dream their fathers were able to accomplish. Now classified as a junior in High School, Bronny will have make a miraculous leap, and have breakout season at Sierra Canyon this year. On the flipside Hercy Miller needs to dominate at Tennessee State to get NBA scouts truly looking his way.
Hopefully they both rise to challennge.
Author: JordanThrilla Staff