LeBron James officially signs 4-year, $154 million contract with Los Angeles Laker

The Sixers may have gotten a gathering with his agents on Sunday evening, yet it was the Los Angeles Lakers who got the last giggle. LeBron James has consented to a four-year, $154 million contract with the California establishment, in a move that is part expected, part entire stunner.

First of all: After two of the most plugged choices in NBA history, James' choice to collaborate with the Lakers was a similar fuss, getting through a public statement conveyed by his organization, Klutch Sports.

It's most likely somewhat enthusiastic to state James is finished settling on choices in view of b-ball reasons, the same number of (particularly in Philadelphia) have been cheerful to do. Yet, it's absolutely obvious that James is making a beeline for a circumstance with significantly more vulnerability than he would have seen somewhere else. It will be less demanding to control another star toward the bright shores of L.A., however there's a ton of work left to do to get it going.

James posted an Instagram story Sunday night that said, "Thank you Northeast Ohio for an incredible 4 seasons. This will always be home."

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