It’s official: Lakers announce LeBron James has signed

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LeBron James officially became a Laker on Monday afternoon, signing the four-season, $153.3-million contract he agreed to on July 1 and then posing for a photo with General Manager Rob Pelinka that was posted on the Twitter account of Klutch Sports.

"Uh, it was actually amusing that I am actually on the same team", Stephenson said in a conference call on Tuesday.

One or more of fellow superstars Paul George and Kawhi Leonard had been expected to join James with the Lakers but, as yet, the King remains the first to have signed on the dotted line. "Especially playing with the talent I'm playing with, the high tempo, just playing without thinking too much and playing in the flow of the game and having fun at the same time, a team that run and guns, that's basically how I love to play".

James brought Cleveland its first major sports crown since 1964 when the Cavs won the 2016 NBA crown but lost three of four finals showdowns with the Golden State Warriors, falling to 3-6 for his career in the NBA Finals, and decided to make a move in hopes of rebuilding the Lakers into a victor. "I guess he needed a new look". "I guess he needed a new look, and I just feel like him reaching out and showing he likes what I bring to the game, it's wonderful".

"It's actually amusing that I'm actually on the same team as him", Stephenson said.

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The Akron native will instead team up alongside another promising group of players, including Brandon Ingram, Kyle Kuzma, Lonzo Ball and Josh Hart. "I'm just happy to be on a team that wants to win". The guard, who averaged 9.2 points and 5.2 assists, isn't anxious about the Lakers having a plethora of ball handlers and playmakers despite the fact that many around the league wonder how it will all mesh.

"It's going to be awesome", Stephenson said.

"I'm told Stephenson will sign tomorrow and that cap space will go away. I just can't wait to be on the floor with him, actually get on the court with him".

The Lakers also officially announced the signing of second-round pick Sviatoslav Mykhailiuk and McGee, who comes to the Lakers after winning a championship with the Golden State Warriors. "We all definitely have great defensive minds". "I'm very excited to see what that brings".

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