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The video contains reactions and review from Celebrities on LeBron James going Lakers Alto Nero Merch - https://teespring.com/stores/alto-nero Alto Nero Twitter - https://twitter.com/therealaltonero?l... LeBron James agrees to 4-year, $153.3M deal with Los Angeles Lakers LOS ANGELES -- LeBron James' next NBA chapter will be set in the West Coast. James will be playing for the Los Angeles Lakers on a four-year, $153.3 million contract. James will try to bring the storied franchise another championship. The announcement was made through his agency, Klutch Sports Group, which announced the deal as $154 million. ESPN's Brian Windhorst reports that the fourth year is a player option. It's the longest deal James has signed since inking a six-year deal with the Heat in 2010. His previous three deals were all three years or shorter. 3 titles, 3 teams? If LeBron James wins an NBA title with the Lakers, he will join Robert Horry (Rockets, Lakers and Spurs) and John Salley (Pistons, Bulls and Lakers) as the only players in history to win three titles with three teams. James won with the Heat (2012, 2013) and the Cavaliers (2016). James leaves his hometown team as a free agent for a second time in his career. Four years ago, James had stated his intention to finish his career with the Cleveland Cavaliers. But whether the four-time MVP and 14-time All Star does that or not, he certainly left his mark in his city. James thanked his home area in an Instagram story. Saying in text overlaying a photo from the Cavaliers' 2016 NBA title victory parade, "Thank you Northeast Ohio for an incredible 4 seasons. This will always be home." He delivered the first championship to the sports-obsessed city in 52 years and did it with storybook gusto, helping the Cavaliers become the first team in NBA Finals history to rally from a 3-1 series deficit to win it all. The team he took down, the Golden State Warriors, had the best regular-season record in league history at 73-9. James leaves the franchise as its leader in nearly every major statistical category: games played, points, rebounds, assists and steals. And if 2017-18 was his final act in Cleveland, what a show he put on, playing in all 82 games for the first time in his 15-year career and capping that off with a postseason performance as personally dominant as any playoff run he's ever been a part of. James will become the first player in NBA history to lead a postseason in scoring and then switch teams the following offseason.