Nov. 29 (UPI) -- LeBron James dropped a hint that his son LeBron James Jr. will play at Duke by commenting on an Instagram post.
The four-time NBA MVP commented on a post from ESPN on Wednesday. The post featured a video of Duke coach Mike Krzyzewski speaking at a news conference.
No. 3 Duke (6-1) suffered its first loss of the season on Nov. 21 to No. 1 Gonzaga. The Blue Devils beat Indiana by 21 points on Tuesday in Durham, N.C. Krzyzewski addressed the loss after after the win over the Hoosiers.
"Duke fans, just cut it out man. These kids aren't perfect," Krzyzewski told reporters. "My kid wasn't playing hero ball, he was playing winner's ball ... I'll go to war with my guys."
"Let's get real with this whole thing. Let's not get spoiled. We've got four 19-year-old kids that are trying to bust their [expletive] to try to learn how to play. They have a lot of pressure on them ... let them grow."
James -- who has two sons and a daughter -- commented on the ESPN post, hinting that his oldest son would be coached by Krzyzewski one day.
"Big facts! Love Coach K," James wrote. "The absolute best! Hope he's still at the helm when my boy comes up."
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Happy 14th Bday to my first born Bronny! U make me proud every single day to say you’re my son. Continue to set a great example to your lil brother, sister and being the man of the house when your pops is on the road for work. I love the young man you’ve grown into and this is just the beginning! Looking forward to continuing seeing your growth in everything you do! Love you Bronny! #ProudDad 🙏🏾👑❤️
LeBron Jr. is 14 years old. He announced in August that he will attend Crossroads School in Santa Monica, Calif. Several November Twitter posts featured him wearing a Duke Basketball hooded sweatshirt.