Report: LeBron James wants unique Lakers contract provision  

LeBron James is expected to complete his career with the Lakers, but he's reportedly seeking stability with his final contract.  

According to ESPN's Brian Windhorst, "The King" will likely request a no-trade clause in his new Lakers deal this offseason.   

Windhorst discussed on Monday's "Hoop Collective" podcast why James will forgo his $51.4M player option for 2024-25 to secure guarantees in his new deal.  

Windhorst thinks the Rob Pelinka-led Lakers front staff may be hesitant to grant the aging star a player option, especially for three years. James turns 40 in December.   

Windhorst thinks the Rob Pelinka-led Lakers front staff may be hesitant to grant the aging star a player option, especially for three years. James turns 40 in December.   

Windhorst didn't explain why James wanted a no-trade clause, but the Warriors' trade interest may have affected him.    

James would be one of two active players with a no-trade clause, along with Suns guard Bradley Beal. No-trade clauses have only been signed by eight NBA players: David Robinson,  

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