LeBron James has been the face of the NFL since declaring he would forgo college and enter the NBA Draft. A lottery pick, the perineal all star’s career has been epic. With multiple championships trophies and MVP honors, King James has also brought elite status to NBA franchises in the Cleveland Cavaliers and Miami Heat. His presence on both ball clubs has increased attendance, merchandise sales as well as revenue from TV. He literally etched each city in the minds of all NBA fans. There’s a reason why he has the name King James. His persona is bigger than basketball. At age tbd, he’s in the twilight of his career and turning organizations around seems to be his moniker.

For the 2018 – 2019 NBA season, James is a member of the Los Angeles Lakers. The organization hasn’t been the same since future Hall of Fame Kobe Bryant. Once again, King James is coming out his throne to revitalize another franchise and bring it back to its historic prominence.
Like most of the teams that James has been on, he has a good supporting cast. Rajon Rondo and Michael Beasley brings additional veteran leadership to a young roster. Lonzo Ball is a young phenom while Kyle Kuzma is a developing and future emerging player.
LeBron’s ability to make players better should payoff. Lonzo Ball will only get better while leaning on ‘Bron on how he conducts himself on and off the court. Many question arose when James decided to sign with the Lakers. Why would he to LA when Bryant, Magic Johnson already set the bar for the club, Critics expressed that he would tarnish his legacy for trading cold winters in Cleveland to sunny days in LA. Well, this isn’t yesterday’s NBA.
There’s too many opportunities for James outside of basketball. With Hollywood being a backdrop, it’s easy to figure that James will transition to film or similar after he retires. It makes to much sense. I can see James hitting the game winner in LA and pointing at Speilberg saying “Call you later”.  Later, there would be an announcement of James taking a lead role in the next Speildberg movie.
You can’t go wrong with bringing back the city of angels to its glory years. LeBron’s history tells you that he should be able to do it both in wins, playoff appearances, external partnerships, merchandise and ticket sales. It’s a win-win situation. It’s the best move he could have made, California dreaming.
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