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11 July 2018, 11:10 | Anna Jefferson
LeBron James Officially Signs With The Lakers
Since then, the Lakers have signed quite the interesting cast of veterans to fill the empty roster spots around LeBron and there's been plenty of chatter about how well that group will fit with James in his first season with the Lakers. If you love sports, know digital sales, and can throw your weight behind an aggressive commission based opportunity than we would love to talk to you.
LeBron James made his seismic move to the Los Angeles Lakers official on Monday when the three-time National Basketball Association champion posted a photo of himself smiling alongside his freshly-signed four-year, US$154 million contract. Presumably, a lot of people in Los Angeles were already big fans of pizza, thanks to pizza being delicious as heck. The Lakers players are excited to have a team-mate who has been to nine NBA Finals. "We will continue forward and do everything necessary to achieve that shared obsession of bringing the No. 17 pennant to the best fans in the world - the Lakers Nation".
The Lakers have not been to the play-offs since 2013 and James will set out to take them back.
The 33-year-old budding entertainment mogul immediately becomes the focus of the Lakers franchise and a possible foundation for the NBA's next superteam, depending on whether James and the Lakers can persuade more superstars to join him in the next year or two. "It's a huge step closer to returning the Lakers to the playoffs and to the NBA Finals".
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