LeBron James To Re-Sign With Cavs On 2-Year Deal
LeBron James has been quiet this off-season, as he waited to see what the Cleveland Cavs would do in free agency.
Once the moratorium period lifted, which allows both players and teams to officially sign contracts, the NBA star is agreeing to re-sign on a two-year contract, worth the maximum of $46.9 million, reports ESPN.
The second year of the contract is a player option.
The deal doesn't come as a surprise, as it follows James' plan to remain flexible, year-to-year, in an effort to take advantage of expected increases in the salary cap.
James hasn't talked to any other teams this off-season, and always intended to re-sign with the Cavs.