Hmm, it does line up pretty close. Take a look at your Z rods and their bearings and see if it looks like there are any gaps in the contact pattern between the inner bearing slide surface and the rods. If there is, consider popping the bearings out of the sockets, wrapping a bit of scotch tape around the body then reinserting them, being careful not to create too much pressure. It may also be that the motor allignment on the Z motor couplings or the motors themselves is slightly off. after taking a picture to record the origional position, try loosening the Z motor mount bolts on both sides, then run the z axis up and back down slowly, then re tighten the mount bolts. This can remove excess side load on the leadscrew. you can also try re adjusting the leadscrew couplings. If they are off even a few degrees, it can create excess force on the side of the leadscrew.
One thing you can also try to see if the leadscrews are indeed the cause, is to temporarily remove the upper leadscrew mount bearings and then try a print. If that noticeably improves the surface down near the bed and to the middle of the print, you may be dealing with a leadscrew that isn’t straight. I do not recommend running in that configuration permanently as there are some potential wear and deflection side effects, but it’s a good way to see if thats what is going on. You may also want to try lubricating the leadscrews with white lithium grease, as that can tend to moderate the effects somewhat.