Lebron James is officially a Laker.
The Decision 3.0 is has ended with Lebron James leaving Cleveland for the second time. The four-time MVP has decided to sign a 4-year $154 million dollar deal. The deal was announced by Lebron’s management team Klutch Sports Group on Sunday.
James is the first major franchise player signed by NBA HOF Magic Johnson. He joins a young roster with the potential to add two more superstars in Boogie Cousins and Kawhi Leonard.
Sources: As trade talks have unfolded, Kawhi Leonard’s focus is unchanged: He wants to be a Laker. https://t.co/0wZGf5MrNt
— Adrian Wojnarowski (@wojespn) July 2, 2018
Last year, James had a career year ending second place in the MVP race. He averaged 27.5 points per game and various advanced measures during his 15th NBA season. He also set career-highs in rebounds 9.1 per game and 8.6 assists per game.