A construction worker from Boston, MA is among the workers hired for the NBA’s upcoming NBA All-Star Game, according to a report from Bleacher Sports.
The construction company has agreed to a 10-year contract worth $4.3 million, which includes wages, benefits and health insurance.
The job is expected to take about six months to complete.
James will be joining several other players from the Boston Celtics, who have also agreed to contracts worth more than $4 million each for construction jobs.
The All-Stars will be held at the TD Garden in New York City from Feb. 28-March 3, and are expected to draw crowds of 1 million-plus.