Los Angeles Lakers star LeBron James has signed an extension of two years, $97.1 million extension to his contract that includes an
that includes an option to buy out his 2024-25 campaign, Klutch Sports CEO Rich Paul informed ESPN on Wednesday.
The contract, which also includes an additional 15 percent trade kicker and a 15% trade kicker, will make James the most lucrative athlete
in NBA history, earning $532 million of career-long guaranteed cash, which is more than his Brooklyn Nets superstar Kevin Durant.
James isn't eligible to use a no-trade clause since James signed an extension but not a new contract. However, the contract's initial
pay of $46.7 million and the trade kicker of 15% and James his status as one of the greatest players will likely makes James
James was entering in the season that was his final one (worth $44.5 millions) and has now joined All-Star Anthony Davis who has the option
The 4-time NBA Champion and MVP as well as 18-time All-Star is now free of the possibility that he might be eligible for the free market
next summer. Although he is nearly 38, James remains an All-NBA-level player and the center of the Lakers hope of winning.