If Lebron James goes to his 9th straight NBA Finals, it will not be in the Eastern Conference, or as a member of the Cleveland Cavaliers.
Through his management group, Klutch Sports, James announced that he will move to the Western Conference and sign with the Los Angles Lakers for four years and $154 Million.
This ends a historic four year strech for the four time MVP with the team that originally drafted him. The Cavaliers made four straight NBA Finals, and won the city's first major sports title since the Browns won the 1964 NFL Title.
James averaged 26.1 points, along with 8 assists and 7.7 rebounds in his comeback to Northeast Ohio after four years with the Miami Heat. After 11 seasons in total with the Cavs, Lebron will leave as the franchise's leader in games played, points, rebounds, assists and steals.
Lebron took to instagram to thank the City of Cleveland for the last four years.