Lakers confirm renewals of LeBron James and Anthony Davis

Los Angeles Lakers, reigning NBA champions, have underpinned their winning project with the renewals of their two top stars, LeBron James and Anthony Davis, reaffirming Marc Gasol’s new team as a candidate for a new ring.

The Californian team has not made public the conditions of the agreements, but the US specialized press, usually very accurate, assures that Davis has renewed for the next five seasons and that James’ extension is for two years.

The renewals of its two top stars culminate an intense period of transfers and extensions in the reigning champions, who have also signed the continuity of Kentavious Caldwell-Pope, Markieff Morris and Jared Dudley.

In addition, the team coached by Frank Vogel have been reinforced with the hiring of free agents Marc Gasol, Dennis Schroder, Montrezl Harrell and Wesley Matthews. In contrast, Avery Bradley, Danny Green, Dwight Howard, JaVale McGee, Rajon Rondo, Quinn Cook, J.R. Smith and Dion Waters.

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