LeBron James has agreed to extend his contract for two years with the Los Angeles Lakers
LeBron James has agreed to extend his contract for two years with the Los Angeles Lakers at $97.1 million. The contract includes a player option for the 2024-25 season as per a recent report by ESPN report on Wednesday.
James’ contract also includes a 15 percent trade kicker earning him a total of a cool $532 million. Thus making him the highest-earning NBA player in history.
He is also the first active NBA player to achieve a billionaire status with Forbes estimating his networth to be $1 billion in June. James was set to make $44.5 million in the final season according to his previous contract.
James has won four NBA championships, been named league MVP four times and been selected to 18 All-Star teams. He also has won two Olympic gold medals.
Under Lebrons’ belt are 4 NBA titles and 4 League MVP accolades. He also holds the honor of being selected by 18 different All-Star teams.
In the last season Lebrons’ average score was 30.3 point, 8.2 rebounds and 6.2 assists in over 56 games.
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