Los Angeles Lakers coach Luke Walton meets with LeBron James

Ross Houston
July 17, 2018

It's the first time that LeBron has seen his new team in action since signing his four-year, $153.3 million deal.

Following him signing his four-year, many Lakers fans are now desperate to see what the four-time MVP victor will look like in a Lakers jersey.

Yes, even in summer league, the LeBron effect is already working wonders for the Lakers. At least now though Lakers fans will know how he'll look playing for the team in video game form. But the Lakers have rebuilt their roster since they added James. Maybe it's because we were all pretty sure he would bolt for the West after winning a title with the Cleveland Cavaliers.

He said in an Instagram post: "Man those white uniforms ain't so bad/fresh and that rating ain't so bad either for such an old head!"

The Lakers now have a very young but talented supporting cast around James, including the No. 2 overall draft picks in 2017 (Ball) and 2016 (Brandon Ingram), as well as Kuzma and Hart.

The highlights continued under LeBron's watch, as Alex Caruso's four-point play got King James pumped just before halftime.

Los Angeles finished 2017-18 with a 35-47 record and missed the playoffs for a fifth straight season. Hart, who will enter his second season later this fall, has averaged 24.2 points per game in six contests during the Summer League in Las Vegas.

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