Watch Bronny James highlights from Saturday night's performance

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Bronny James, a prep phenom for Los Angeles' Sierra Canyon High School and the son of NBA star LeBron James, was back in action on Saturday night as Sierra Canyon fell to Minnehaha 78-58, the Trailblazers' second loss of the season.

Bronny scored five points, hitting a 3-pointer from NBA range and showing off his mid-range game.


Bronny drills 3 from NBA range

Sierra Canyon slices into Minnehaha's lead as Bronny James Jr. tees up a 3-pointer from NBA range and buries the shot.


Bronny buries mid-range jumper

Bronny James Jr. pulls up from the elbow without hesitation and drills his first shot attempt of the game.

In Friday's 71-56 win over The Patrick School, Bronny hit a 3-pointer in the final minute, his only basket of the game.


Bronny makes 3 in final seconds vs. The Patrick School

Bronny James hits his first shot of the night from 3-point range as Sierra Canyon beats The Patrick School.

And here's a look at some older Bronny highlights:

When Bronny and Sierra Canyon took on St. Vincent-St. Mary, his father's alma mater, in Columbus, Ohio, in December, LeBron James was in the crowd for Sierra Canyon's 59-56 victory.


Bronny shows out in front of dad, clutch in Sierra Canyon's win

Bronny James drops 15 points, including the go-ahead layup in front of his dad, LeBron, to lead Sierra Canyon past St.Vincent-St. Mary.

It's safe to say Bronny had some highs and some lows in Sierra Canyon's 75-54 win over Saint Augustine (California) High School.

James threw down a right-handed slam dunk in transition -- his only two points of the game -- that capped a 13-0 run and resulted in a raucous ovation from the crowd.


LeBron James Jr. gets up for first high school dunk

LeBron James Jr. flies to the basket and throws down a hammer dunk and then gives a smile for the camera.

On the other end of the spectrum, he slipped on the court and nearly did a split while trying to guard a St. Augustine player.


LeBron James Jr. slips trying to defend

While trying to defend a St. Augustine player, LeBron James Jr. slips on the court and nearly does a split before play was stopped.

And here are some highlights from James' performance in a 91-44 win for Sierra Canyon over Montgomery High School (San Diego):


Bronny, Zaire get assists on huge dunks

LeBron James Jr. and Zaire Wade throw down some nice dunks with a little help from their Sierra Canyon teammates.


LeBron James Jr.'s first HS bucket is a 3-pointer

LeBron James Jr. pulls up and splashes a 3-pointer for his first career high school basket.