"We can confirm that we have agreed to a lifetime relationship with LeBron that provides significant value to our business, brand, and shareholders," Nike said in a statement. "We have already built a strong LeBron business over the past 12 years, and we see the potential for this to continue to grow throughout his playing career and beyond."
Nike has yet to disclose specific contract details, including how much the two-time NBA champion and four-time MVP will earn. What we're sure of is that neither Harden's nor Durant's deal could top that.
As for the King himself, he recently caught up with the dudes at Bleacher Report's UNINTERRUPTED to talk about this mega deal, while giving a tour of one of his shoe closets.
You read that right: just ONE OF his shoe closets, which means the number of LeBron-owned sneakers you'll see is just a slice of his enormous shoe collection.
Ah, the perks of being the best basketball player on the planet.