LeBron James consents to 2-year contract expansion with Lakers

LeBron James has consented to a two-year, $97.1 million agreement expansion through the 2024-25 season with the Los Angeles Lakers, 

Klutch Sports CEO Rich Paul said the association greatest arrangement makes James the most generously compensated player in NBA history. 

His new arrangement incorporates a player choice that would keep the second-driving scorer in NBA

history with the Lakers past his 40th birthday celebration in December 2024

The 37-year-old James is going into the last year of his latest agreement with the Lakers,

who marked the four-time NBA Most Valuable Player and four-time association champion in July 2018.

The new arrangement implies the 18-time All-Star will make $46.7 million this season.

Excepting injury, James is probably going to outperform Kareem Abdul-Jabbar as the NBA's profession scoring lord this colder time of year.

James' new arrangement synchronizes with Davis' latest agreement augmentation with the Lakers, permitting both to leave the Lakers or to haggle new arrangements in 2024.