Bronny James has been cleared to practice for USC basketball, according to a spokesperson for the James family.

James missed the start of the season while recovering from a cardiac arrest event he suffered in late July at a workout.

According to the release, James will be able to practice with the team moving forward and will make his college debut “soon after.”

James is of course the son of NBA and basketball legend Lebron James. He chose USC over Ohio State and others as a 4-star prospect out of high school.

The Trojans have had a rough start to the season on the court. USC started the season ranked and has fallen since, losing to UC Irvine and Oklahoma. The Trojans sit at 5-2 on the year with good wins over Kansas State and Seton Hall.

USC will face off against No. 11 Gonzaga on Saturday.