If there’s one thing LeBron James does as well or better than anyone else, it’s deliver on promises. After winning a pair of NBA Finals championships in Miami, he returned to his home state of Ohio and brought the Cleveland Cavaliers their first title in the organization’s history. For more historical reference to that latter accomplishment, that title in 2016 ended a 52-year professional sports championship drought for the city of Cleveland. His decision to continue his career as a member of the Los Angeles Lakers invigorated the Southern California fanbase and brought a new era of greatness to the storied franchise. In his first season in Los Angeles in 2018-19, he averaged 27.4 points per game, his second-highest total since the final season of his first stint in Cleveland. His rebounding per game average (8.5) was the third-highest of his career, and his assists per game average (8.3) were his fourth-highest. If the trend continues, he’ll put his face on the Mt. Rushmore of Lakers greats. James has autographed this Los Angeles Lakers purple authentic Nike jersey in black paint pen. His signature is deemed authentic by virtue of Upper Deck Authenticated’s Five-Step Process.