REPORT: LeBron James Signs Two-Year Deal That Makes Him Highest Earning Player in NBA History

LeBron James has reportedly signed a two-year extension that includes a player option for the 2024-2025 season, according to NBA insider Adrian Wojnarowski of ESPN.

The deal includes a 15 percent trade kicker, making James the highest-earning player in the history of the NBA. With the signing of the agreement, James will be set to make a grand total of $532 million in guaranteed money.

The deal will keep James in LA while his son, Bronny, completes his high school basketball career at Sierra Canyon High School. James has made it abundantly clear that one of his remaining career goals is to play on an NBA court with his oldest son. James will be 39-years-old by the time Bronny is eligible to enter the NBA Draft if the one-and-done eligibility rules stay as is.