Bronny James’ long-awaited college basketball debut could happen Sunday, USC head coach Andy Enfield said on Thursday afternoon.

James’ Trojans debut was put on hold after he suffered cardiac arrest in July during a workout. On Nov. 30, he was cleared to practice, and has done so on a limited basis. Per Enfield, he and the team “assume” James will be ready to play on Sunday when the Trojans take on Long Beach State, albeit on a minutes restriction.

“All indications, he feels great, looks good,” Enfield told reporters on Thursday, per the OC Register’s Luca Evans.

James, the son of NBA great LeBron James, is looking to build his own legacy on the hardwood. The guard was considered the No. 28 player in the country by 247Sports in the class of 2023 and chose the Trojans over Ohio State, among others.

As for USC, it is currently 5-3 on the season and coming off an 89-76 loss to Gonzaga in Las Vegas. It finished the 2022-23 season 22-11 and fell to Michigan State in the 1st round of the NCAA Tournament.