Lakers sign LeBron James to massive two-year deal to keep him in town

LeBron isn't going anywhere.
Los Angeles Lakers v Denver Nuggets - Game Five
Los Angeles Lakers v Denver Nuggets - Game Five / Matthew Stockman/GettyImages

Come on, we all knew LeBron James wasn't going anywhere. James still has a little bit left in the tank and with his son, Bronny, being drafted by LA, everyone knew that King James was going to re-sign with the team in free agency.

That's exactly what has happened. Per the latest 'Woj Bomb,' James has signed a two-year contract with the Lakers worth a cool $104 million. So, $52 million a year? It must be nice.

The Lakers haven't been able to have much postseason success in recent years, which has been a bit of a surprise. The hope is that maybe, just maybe, LA can win another Finals title with James in town. They'll have two seasons, at least, to try and make that happen.