La La Anthony's Son Kiyan Could Be The One To Get That NBA Ring For Carmelo
La La Anthony is a very proud mother. Kiyan, the son of Carmelo Anthony, might be the one to bring home that long-awaited NBA ring that the family and fans have been waiting for.
This week, the Power actress took to social media where she posted a few videos of her 12-year-old son, Kiyan, killing it on the basketball court.
La La was pleased to see her son show off his impressive moves and her fans agreed that Kiyan is very talented and has a bright future as an NBA player.
La La confessed: "So proud of my son & his @blackopscadets team this weekend at the Blue Magic City tournament in Alabama🏀 Kiyan works so hard and continues to push himself‼️As long as he wants it, I’m there every step of the way🙏🏽LOVE YOU KIYAN❤️PROUD PROUD MOM & DAD. 🎥 "
One fan said this: "If Melo doesn’t get that chip Kiyan will💯 the legacy continues 💫🙏🏽Cold 🥶 just like his daddy!! Grown man moves...you can tell Mello working with him!! Kudos to Mom and Dad...NBA path for sure!! Kiyan Smooth!! Let’s get it to let’s GO!!!"
Another commenter stated: "Let's go lil Melo!!!!! Keep grinding you got it in you!!! He won't pass the ball just like his daddy @lala 😂Ooooohhhhh. He got that Bmore bing bing, geesh! Melo mentality, kill em shorty."
This supporter asserted: "He looks like he is going to be a problem @daallday2. He got them moves like his daddy. This kid is going to places the way he plays. Beside mom &dad been proud, we` all are too. A true good player coming up and fast. God bless you and your team son. 💪💯💪Alright alright."
This fan told La La and Carmelo: "He plays like he loves the game like father like son yesss mom and dad😍You two must be so proud he is so good.😁"
Carmelo, who is currently without an NBA team, was aiming to join the Lakers but that did not work out.
A source told Hollywood Life : “They both want him to go to Los Angeles and that would be the best case scenario, they both have accepted the fact that if that falls through they both would be happy seeing Carmelo happy because he wants to play in the NBA again.”
The person stated: "He’s just dying to get back on the court, so if the Lakers fall through he would be happy to play almost anywhere to show that he still has what it takes to play in the league. La La is in full support on anything that transpires. She is being very good about the situation and not causing any drama whatsoever.”
Do you think Kiyan will be a better player than Melo?