LeBron James Reportedly Not Planning to Activate Player Option with Lakers; Could Explore Free Agency

LeBron James Reportedly Not Planning to Activate Player Option with Lakers; Could Explore Free Agency

The Los Angeles Times assured that LeBron James does not plan to activate his player option for $51.4 million to return to the Lakers next season.

In this way and although he can also sign a maximum extension of three years and 164 million dollars in the process of returning in the yellow and purple uniform, the greatest scorer in NBA history will probably explore free agency.

In fact, in the summer market there will be at least four franchises with the capacity to propose a better employment agreement to King James than the one that the traditional Hollywood squad would grant him.

If there is a club with financial muscle capable of taking LBJ away from the Lakers, it is the one that lives in Madison Square Garden, which would also try to free up space on its payroll with a view to witnessing day by day the last steps of the legendary forward in the elite of the basketball. Consequently, the Big Apple leadership would prepare an offer of $200 million divided into three courses, although the third year would be a mutual option for $60,000,000.

2024-06-24 17:19:08
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