James has signed a four-year deal with the Los Angeles Lakers.
Of course, it's highly unlikely that the NBA actually had fined Chinatown Market (or even could) as the rule is set up for NBA players and staff, not brands independent of the NBA.
LeBron James is taking his time getting settled in Los Angeles.
Chinatown Market followed the "NBA Communications" posting with a promotion for a 40 percent sale to help it pay the "fine" to the NBA. As interesting as the Lakers are going to be this season, we're going to have a closer look at the team he left instead.
Per the report, the Lakers were looking for "tough-minded playmakers" like Rondo and Stephenson. "I think guys like LeBron or myself, I haven't played with a lot of guys that make plays for me". He goes on to predict some "championships for the Lakers", claiming that LeBron's four year window gives them room to go four in a row.
However, the two-time reigning NBA Finals MVP reportedly privately suggested the prospect was not as alluring as some might think.
Beryl becomes the first hurricane this season
Beryl has turned more towards the WNW since yesterday and the center of the storm is now mostly devoid of strong convection. The National Hurricane Center (NHC) described Beryl as a Category 1 storm with winds of 80 miles per hour .
"Kevin Durant ain't coming to L.A. Kevin Durant plans to stay in Golden State".
The Lakers have already made a number of moves since signing James as Kentavious Caldwell-Pope, Lance Stephenson, JaVale McGee, and Rajon Rondo have all agreed to one-year deals and there are other meetings scheduled. James played a major role in recruiting Bosh and Ray Allen. He worked with a superstar lineup that included Kevin Garnett, Paul Pierce and Ray Allen.
4 years ago, Lebron told GQ that his biggest milestone was to "maximize [his] business" and become a billionaire - like another notable #23 (his Airness, Michael Jordan).
The veteran point guard is eager to be a mentor to Lonzo Ball, and he sees a chance for immediate success with the thoroughly revamped club.
But whether he's a starter or a reserve, the former All-Star and National Basketball Association champion can have a huge impact on this young team.