La La Anthony calls North West his son’s “greatest cheerleader” at game against LeBron James’ kids

Lala shares photos of Kim Kardashian and North West cheering on her son Kiyan at the basketball game

La La and son Kiyan Anthony were surrounded by loved ones during the big boys’ basketball night.

On Monday, Kiyan and Christ the King High School squared off in a basketball game against Sierra Canyon — a team that includes LeBron James’ sons Bryce, 15, and Bronny, 18 — in Los Angeles, with many famous faces there to cheer on teenagers.

In Kiyan’s corner were some of the actress’ closest friends, including Kim Kardashian and daughter North West, who was visibly excited to watch the special, nationally televised, game show.

North sat on her mother’s lap for much of the game, but at one point she jumped off excitedly as she watched Kiyan score.

Khloé Kardashian and Natalia Bryant were also sitting courtside cheering on the 15-year-old.

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Lala shares photos of Kim Kardashian and North West cheering on her son Kiyan at the basketball game

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The 9-year-old, who Kim shares with ex Kanye West, wore her hair in a bun, with a black sweatshirt and gray jeans at the event. Kim donned a camo ensemble, posing for selfies with La La and Bryant.

La La reflected on the special night, sharing photos on her Instagram Story of a few key moments, including North posing with hand-drawn “Go Kiyan” posters.

“North was Kiyan’s biggest cheerleader!!!” the Power alum captioned the shot.

La La later shared more photos from the night, including a group photo with James and her kids, herself, Kiyan, and ex Carmelo Anthony.

“Last night was a night to remember! Seeing the boys play against each other in front of all our family and friends was so emotional and just the beginning of amazing things for them all,” wrote the proud mom.

“I couldn’t have been more proud. 21 years later. History repeated itself. 🙏🏽❤️,” she concluded.

The 40-year-old TV personality recently celebrated his son with a sweet Instagram post after receiving a basketball scholarship to Syracuse University, the same school where Carmelo won a national championship with the team in 2003.

The mom-of-one, who filed for divorce from Carmelo in June 2021, called herself the “proudest mom on the planet” as she shared a series of photos of Kiyan posing with multiple Syracuse-themed balloon stands.

“Your hard work and dedication are paying off. You are my son, my best friend and my hero @kiyananthony… getting a scholarship offer at age 15 from the school your father worked with winning a championship is mind blowing…” she wrote. “Put GOD first and everything else will follow… thank you @syracuseu 🏀 I LOVE YOU and I WILL ALWAYS BE YOUR #1 FAN!!”

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