NBA veteran LeBron James has agreed to sign a new two-year contract extension deal worth $85 million with the Los Angeles Lakers, according to NBA Insider Shams Charania of The Athletic.

The 35-year-old forward has a successful campaign last season as he clinched his fourth NBA championship title and became a four-time NBA Finals MVP as he helped the Lakers defeat Miami Heat in a Game 6 victory, ending in a big win casino for several basketball fans that made the predictions.

James, who joined the Lakers team in 2018, will be turning 36 this month and he will be diving into his 18th season in the NBA and a third with LA Lakers, having secured his previous titles in his time with Cleveland Cavaliers and Miami Heat. He is the first player in history to win NBA titles with three different teams.

James, who is a part-owner of Premier League club Liverpool, averaged 25.3 points, 10.2 assists, and 7.8 rebounds per game and was tied-second for triple-doubles with 13 after averaging 34.6 minutes, a career-low, in 67 games for the Lakers in their title-winning campaign last season.

He ended up averaging 27.6 points, 8.8 assists and 10.8 rebounds being pivotal for the team along with Anthony Davis in the playoffs.

Earlier this week, the NBA veteran James made an appearance on the Road Tripping podcast, where he claimed that the Lakers could repeat their championship victory in the 2020/21 NBA season.

He said via SkySports: “We can. I mean, it’s that simple. We absolutely can. First of all, it all starts with health. You have to have some luck. You have to have health. If we can stay healthy.”

The Lakers have been strengthening up the team this offseason, as they have signed in Marc Gasol from Toronto Raptors, Sixth Man of the Year Montrezl Harrell from local rivals Los Angeles Clippers, Dennis Schroder from Oklahoma City Thunder and Wesley Matthews from Milwaukee Bucks, and several best online casino sa made this prediction after seeing the team linked with the player for a while.

The new extension will see LeBron James play for the Lakers all through till 2023. In the next three campaigns with the team, the Akron-born player will bring in $39.2 million for 2020/21, $41 million for the 2021/22 campaign, and $44.4 million in 2022/23, seeing his career earnings in the NBA reach $435 million at the end of this contract extension.

With James’ contract out of the way now, the Lakers are most likely to follow up with a contract extension with power forward Anthony Davis, who was also pivotal in helping the team win their NBA title and he is also a seven-time NBA All-Star.