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Reports: LeBron James agrees to two-year, $104 million deal to stay with Lakers

Reports: LeBron James agrees to two-year, 4 million deal to stay with Lakers

LeBron James will return to the Lakers for at least two more seasons, according to reports.

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Los Angeles Lakers star LeBron James has agreed to a new contract, according to reports.

According to multiple reports, James and the Lakers have agreed to a two-year, $104 million deal that includes a no-trade clause. The deal, which is the maximum James could get from the Lakers, will keep James with the Lakers until he turns 41 if he completes the full term of the contract.

His decision to stay with the Lakers came as little surprise as multiple media outlets reported that James was expected to seek a new deal with the team after opting not to extend his contract through the 2024-25 season.

the Lakers pick Bronny James – LeBron James’ eldest son – in the second round of the 2024 NBA Draft, putting them in position to have the first father-son duo on the court in NBA history.

He turns 40 in December and will tie Vince Carter for the most seasons played in NBA history this season; the 2024-25 season will be James’ 22nd in the league. He averaged 25.7 points, 7.3 rebounds and 8.3 assists last season — the oldest active player in the league.

This report was based on information from the Associated Press.