Never say never. Last week LeBron opted out of his contract with the Cavs opting to become a free agent, inducing chain reactions. King James has since joined the LA Lakers on a mega contract.
For the Cavs, they have been plunged into an identity crisis, as they struggle to adjust and replace LeBron, whiles the Lakers look a totally different outfit now with LeBron James in the team.
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The franchise has been struggling for a number of years now. LeBron will no doubt headline the Lakers squad as undoubtedly a star studded team will be constructed to help LeBron chase down another championship.
LeBron is set to earn a whopping 154 million dollars over a four year period, meaning he will earn 38.5 million annually that brings his monthly income to approximately about 3.2 million dollars a month. The Lakers do not view this as a risk but rather a surefire bet to get them back to the top. LeBron has to be honest carried the Cavs, last seasons’s roster was not the most stellar but he pulled them through, The Lakers are now arguably a certainty for the playoffs next season.
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Exciting times for both the Lakers and LeBron himself.