LeBron James Pulls Up to Lakers Summer League, Seen Having Extended Discussion With Jason Kidd

James Kingsley
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The King is in the building.

Los Angeles Lakers superstar LeBron James pulled up to the team’s summer league matchup against the Chicago Bulls in Las Vegas, Nev. on Friday.

James was seen talking to his newest assistant coach Jason Kidd and later his former teammate Kendrick Perkins as well.

The Lakers have been the talk of the offseason after their acquisition of big man Anthony Davis and possible acquisition of superstar Kawhi Leonard.

But before the official season begins, fans will get to see the Lakers’ summer league roster compete. L.A.’s starting five for the summer league include Zach Norvell Jr., Rosco Allen, Nick Perkins, Dakota Mathias, and Jordan Howard.

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