Published: Tue, July 17, 2018
Sports | By Johanna Francis

LeBron James courtside for Los Angeles Lakers' summer league game

LeBron James courtside for Los Angeles Lakers' summer league game

James signed his new four-year contract worth $154 million with the Lakers earlier this month, a move that Lakers president Earvin "Magic" Johnson called a "huge step" for the team. Outside of social media posts chronicling his offseason workouts, the 14-time All-Star hasn't been heard from.

James made his first public appearance since his decision to join the Lakers two weeks ago when he popped up at the team's Summer League game against the Detroit Pistons, which understandably turned heads in Las Vegas and around the league.

Here are a few other photos showing James at the game.

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