Akron, OH, United States (4E Sports) – Two-time NBA champion LeBron James spoke in his annual charity event for schoolchildren and stated he will not be leaving the Cleveland Cavaliers again.
LeBron shared his future goal and plans in front of 25,000 fans inside the University of Akron’s football stadium.
The four-time MVP said, “My No. 1 goal is to win a championship here; it’d be the greatest achievement in my life.”
LeBron added he will go nowhere and does not even have the energy to leave again, according to ESPN.
The 29-year-old signed a two-year, $42 million deal with the Cavaliers which may increase in 2016.
A rise in the salary cap might take effect once the NBA sign new television deals.
“At the end of the day, I’m a business man as well. I know what is going on in the league,” LeBron added.
The Cavs are favored to win the Eastern Conference this season after major changes in the roster.
Mike Miller and James Jones, former Miami Heat gunners, already signed with the team.
All-star Kevin Love is also expected to start alongside LeBron and Kyrie Irving, after a deal was finalized with the Minnesota Timberwolves.
King James is also contributing to the team’s efforts to land veteran shooter, Ray Allen and defensive stalwart Shawn Marion.
LeBron said he understands everything is a process and it will take time for them to play harmoniously.