Aantayin si Bronny! LeBron Signs 2-Year Max Deal With LA Lakers
Defending champions Los Angeles Lakers have locked in veteran forward LeBron James for the next two years where he could possibly play with or against his son Bronny.
According to Shams Charania of The Athletic, Klutch Sports CEO Rich Paul has said that James has agreed to a two-year maximum deal worth $85 million to stay with the Lakers.
According to Paul, James‘ contract extension with the Lakers runs through 2023, the time his son Bronny is set to graduate from high school.
Bronny will have the option to enter the NBA Draft by 2023 if the league and NBPA change the high school-to-pro rule.
James, who signed with the Lakers two seasons ago, played a key role in Los Angeles’ championship run in the 2019-2020 NBA season.