If you find yourself wondering why LeBron broke his Twitter hiatus to promote what is essentially a fast food pizza joint, then make his first public appearance since signing with the Lakers at that fast food pizza joint.well, the answer is quite simple: LeBron is one of the brand's original investors.
On Monday, LeBron James officially signed his four-year, $153.3 million Lakers contract, waving goodbye to the Cleveland Cavaliers for the second time in his career. However, we all know that the work is not yet done.
Blaze Pizza is celebrating the arrival of new L.A. Lakers player LeBron James by throwing a "pizza party" in the Los Angeles area on Tuesday, complete with - of course - free pizza. The Lakers have won 11 championships while based in Los Angeles since 1960-61, adding to the five they won when they called Minneapolis home. "We will continue forward and do everything necessary to achieve that shared obsession of bringing the No. 17 pennant to the best fans in the world - the Lakers Nation".
"He loves to compete and is an awesome leader who is about winning and making sure that his teammates are successful, " Johnson said. Instead, the four-time MVP will play alongside the Lakers' young group that includes Lonzo Ball, Kyle Kuzma and Kentavious Caldwell-Pope.
"It's a big step closer to returning the Lakers to the postseason and the NBA Finals".
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This is the third time in eight years James has changed teams.
Shortly after agreeing to terms with James last week, the Lakers agreed to deals with free agents Rajon Rondo, Lance Stephenson and JaVale McGee, and also agreed to bring Kentavious Caldwell-Pope back.
Lakers coach Luke Walton reportedly was scheduled to meet Monday with James' former coach, Tyronn Lue, at the NBA Summer League in Las Vegas to learn more about coaching the future Hall of Famer.
He ranks seventh in career National Basketball Association scoring with 31,038 points, 11th in all-time assists with 8,208 and 16th in career steals with 1,865.