Lebron James may be the king of the basketball court who has taked his talents from Cleveland to Miami and back again but the star athlete has also ventured into the film production business. SpringHill Entertainment has a handful of projects on its roster including the Starz drama series Survivor's Remorse, an upcoming reality show, a documentary along with a game show that runs on Disney XD, NBC and CNBC. 

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James' newly inked contract, makes him the NBA’s highest-paid player.

Aug, 12, 2016

This story originally appeared on SI.com.

LeBron James and the Cleveland Cavaliers have agreed to a three-year, $100 million contract, reports ESPN’s Brian Windhorst.

James remains unsigned, but he re-affirmed Thursday he would be returning to Cleveland. James returned to Cleveland in 2014, and played the last two seasons on “one-plus-one” contracts, allowing him to opt out each summer.

James will make $31 million this season, making him the NBA’s highest-paid player for the first time in his career, reports Windhorst.  

James’s salary reportedly will reach $33 million in 2017–18, the largest single-season amount in league history.

James is a three-time NBA champion, three-time NBA Finals MVP, four-time MVP, 12-time All-Star and the Cavaliers’ all-time leading scorer.

SI named James Sportsman of the Year in 2012.