Over the weekend, the Los Angeles Lakers proved their worth in the finals of the NBA with a 4-2 win against the Miami Heat to claim their 17th NBA title – a record breaking number in the history of the NBA. Although this didn’t really look in doubt at any period of the series, the Lakers will be relieved that they are bringing success back to the franchise for this first time this decade.
Pure Joy pic.twitter.com/p0jzZAIIoI
— Los Angeles Lakers (@Lakers) October 13, 2020
The Lakers must be thankful to their two star players in LeBron James and Anthony Davis who really did power them on towards this time with both shooting 27+ points on average during the finals. Due to this, LeBron brought home his 4th NBA MVP title which was expected; how do you beat Bron when it comes to a final? This also makes James the first NBA player in history to win the NBA with three different franchises; Miami Heart, Cleveland Cavaliers and now the LA Lakers.
Before this series, many questions in Lebron James could claim himself as one of the greatest to ever grace the game, however, with this win and the record that he’s broke for not just himself but also for the Lakers, he can’t now not put his hat into the mix to claim himself as the greatest of all time. In his post-match interview, Lebron went on to say, “I just want my damn respect too!”
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Proud of my friend @KingJames for his fourth title, fourth Finals MVP, and for not only living up to the hype after seventeen seasons, but surpassing it as an extraordinary leader both on the court and in the public arena fighting for education, social justice, and our democracy. pic.twitter.com/2IB3ZDI4Nf
— Barack Obama (@BarackObama) October 12, 2020