Since officially inking the four-year, $153 million deal to join the Los Angeles Lakers, All-Star forward LeBron James had yet to make...
The Lakers president of basketball operations opened about how he was able to sell the team's future to the four-time league MVP.
Johnson made it clear that he's the decision maker when it comes to anything involving the team's roster.
The second-year point guard is set to have the operation done early next week.
James' agent clarified the reasoning for why he decided to sign with the Lakers.
Los Angeles' ability to land the four-time league MVP has brought validation to all the work the front office did before that.