LeBron James has reportedly agreed to a 4-year, $154M deal with the Los Angeles Lakers, according to multiple sources.
The King leaves Cleveland for the second time in his career after bring the Cavalier's franchise it's first and only NBA championship in 2016. That team took down the now defending champion Golden State Warriors after rallying from a 3-1 deficit.
James is a four-time MVP and 14-time league All-star. He's also the league's seventh all-time leading scorer. The questions now are who will join him in Los Angeles and how many rings the King will bring to Hollywood.
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LA-Bron is happening, Klutch Sports says. pic.twitter.com/MLxUrzW4jp
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