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LeBron Didn't Like This Reporter's Question About 'Loyalty' Today

LeBron James speaks to the media after Lakers practice.

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LeBron James' move to the Los Angeles Lakers has been greeted with an interesting reaction by the team's die hard fans.

Most, I have to imagine, are thrilled to have the game's best player, who looks like he's still in his never-ending prime. However, there is definitely a vocal group that has not embraced James, and probably still long for halcyon days of Kobe Bryant.

Multiple murals that went up in L.A. after James signed with the team, even one that featured numerous Laker legends alongside him, were defaced over the summer.

A reporter asked LeBron James what he thought he had to do to show his "loyalty" to the franchise today.

His laughed the insinuation that he had to do anything, and was clearly kind of annoyed about the whole thing.

His answer: "I signed a four-year deal, what more do you want?"

That four year number is pretty significant, given how LeBron has handled his contracts over the last few years.

Upon his return to the Cleveland Cavaliers, after his stint with the Miami Heat, James signed a series of one-plus-one deals, that eventually opened the door for his move to Los Angeles.

By committing to the four years, James is a Laker for the foreseeable future, and very possibly, the rest of his career.