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LeBron James could be eyeing astronomical contract with Lakers

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LeBron James could be eyeing astronomical contract with Lakers

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The Lakers have been on the rise lately, even with their loss to the Warriors this Thursday, and everyone is wondering if the team will continue this momentum long enough to make the playoffs. But there’s another important question about the future beyond this offseason: Will LeBron James stay, or will he pack his bags and leave Los Angeles?

There is reason to believe he will at least consider leaving the Lakers, especially if the team doesn’t make it far into the playoffs this season. However, there appears to be a growing feeling that he wants to stay. James himself said during All-Star weekend that he has been very happy as a Laker and hopes that continues.

In fact, Brian Windhorst believes the 39-year-old wants a big contract from the Lakers this postseason:

“I don’t think this is LeBron’s last chance,” Windhorst said. “I don’t think this is the Lakers’ last chance. First of all, I think LeBron is trying to sign a multi-year postseason deal with the Lakers that will be nine figures. This will be even bigger than the deal he have it now.

“Now, whether he’s going to be able to complete that deal, whether the Lakers want to give him a three-year contract and pay him $60 million when he’s 42, that’s a different discussion.”

Is it worth paying LeBron more than 60 million when he’s 42 years old?

Many Lakers fans will likely criticize the idea of ​​the team paying him an astronomical amount of money, especially at this point in his career where it is unknown how much longer he will play at a high level. However, the alternative is to have absolutely no chance of winning an NBA championship, possibly for many years or even decades.

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Tell us. Do you think it’s worth investing so much money in LeBron when he’s already 42 years old?

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