There have been many famous father-son duos in the NBA over the years.
In all, 89 second-generation players have made their marks in the league
including Devin Booker, Kobe Bryant, Steph Curry and Pete Maravich
There's potential to add to the list as LeBron James, Ray Allen, Carlos Boozer, Penny Hardaway, Hakeem Olajuwon, Scottie Pippen and Juwan Howard all have sons playing high school basketball with aspirations to some day follow in their father's footsteps.
Several sons of former players are regarded as Top 100 prospects in their class, including Jett Howard, Bronny James, Jaeden Mustaf and Jase Richardson.
D.J. Wagner is the highest regarded player on the list as the top-ranked junior is widely considered the top prospect in high school basketball regardless of class. Cameron Boozer is also a name of intrigue as he enters the season as a front-runner for MaxPreps Freshman of the Year honors.
Father: Ray Allen, 10-time NBA All-Star and two-time NBA champion.
Son: Following a 5-16 season, Ray Allen takes over as head coach of a Raiders program where his son will play a prominent role this season.
Cameron and Cayden Boozer, Columbus (Miami)
Father: Carlos Boozer, 13-year NBA veteran and two-time All-Star.Son:
Twin brothers make their highly anticipated high school basketball debut as 6-foot-8 forward Cameron is regarded as one of the top-ranked freshman in the nation.
D.J. Fizer, Coronado (Henderson, Nev.)
Father: Marcus Fizer, six-year NBA career.Son:
Under-the-radar 6-foot-4 junior guard transferred to Coronado for his junior year. Two-star guard holds an offer from Pacific.
T.J. Ford, Eight-year NBA career.
Son: The son of the former Texas Longhorns great is an under-the-radar Class of 2023 guard prospect who had a team-high 13 points and eight rebounds in the Panthers season-opening win.
Ashton Hardaway, Duncanville (Texas)
Father: Penny Hardaway, 14-year NBA veteran and four-time All-Star.Son:
Quickly rising Class of 2023 standout is regarded as a Top 150 prospect. The 6-foot-7 forward chipped in 11 points in the Panthers impressive 102-57 opening-day victory over Class 5A contender Lancaster.
Father: Juwan Howard, 1996 NBA All-Star and two-time NBA champion.Son:
Top 50 senior prospect earned Junior MaxPreps All-America honors last season after averaging 10.5 points and shooting an efficient 41 percent from 3-point range.
Larry Hughes, 13-year NBA veteran scored over 10,000 points in his career.
Son: Three-star senior guard has yet to receive any reported scholarship offers.
Father: LeBron James, four-time MVP, four-time Finals MVP and four-time NBA champion.
Son: Bronny garners national attention wherever he goes. Fully healthy, he will have an opportunity to prove he has the game to go along with the name.
Father: George Lynch, 12-year NBA veteran scored over 5,000 points in his career.
Son: The 6-3 guard is expected to step into a larger role after playing sparingly as a freshman.
Son: Older brother Tristan Maxwell is the program's all-time leading scorer with 2,253 career points. The 6-2 sophomore looks to find his niche with the Vikings.
Father: Mike Miller, 2000-01 NBA Rookie of the Year and two-time NBA champion.
Son: Following the school's first state championship last season, the Class of 2023 guard will be among returning players looking to fill major holes left due to graduation.
Father: Nazr Mohammed, 18-year NBA veteran also won an NBA title.
Son: Expect the 6-5 sophomore to have a breakout year for the Vikings as the quickly developing prospect is expected to step into a leading role for the Class 4A contender.
Father: Jerrod Mustaf, four-year NBA career.
Highly touted sophomore is expected to be a key cog for the fourth-ranked Stags.
Father: Hakeem Olajuwon, 12-time NBA All-Star, two-time NBA champion and two-time Finals MVP.
Son: The son of the former Houston Rockets superstar is an under-the-radar prospect who will look to establish himself as a Division I player during his senior year.
Father: James Posey, 12-year NBA veteran and two-time NBA champion.
Son: The 6-4 junior had a strong sophomore campaign, averaging 13.5 points, 7.1 rebounds and 2.9 assists.
Father: Scottie Pippen, eight-time NBA All-Defensive first-team selection and six-time NBA champion.
Son: Sophomore Justin is often overlooked on a star-studded Trailblazers roster, but has showed promise in limited minutes in preseason play.
Father: Jason Richardson, 13-year NBA veteran scored 14,644 career points.Son:
Highly regarded sophomore prospect showed off his elite skill-set in preseason play, finishing with 20 points, 11 rebounds and six assists in 21 minutes in a win against Vertical Academy (Charlotte) at the Border League.
Father: Etan Thomas, nine-year NBA career.Son:
The 6-7 forward is an under-the-radar sophomore looking to make a name for himself for the Stags.
Father: DaJuan Wagner, four-year NBA career cut short due to health complications.Son:
A long family lineage continues as father Dajuan Wagner scored 3,451 career points and his grandfather Milt Wagner scored 2,003 career points, with both resulting in state championships for Camden. The top-ranked junior prospect is a front-runner for National MaxPreps Player of the Year honors after winning Sophomore MaxPreps Player of the Year last season.
Father: Corliss Williamson, 12-year NBA veteran, one-time NBA champion and 2002 Sixth Man of the Year.Son:
Creed showed promise as a junior, averaging 12 points and 7.4 rebounds per game. The 6-8 senior holds offers from Arkansas,
Arkansas-Pine Bluff, St. John's and Oral Roberts. Corliss is a promising sophomore prospect.