LeBron James did it with Miami Heats, did it with Cleveland Caveliers and now he has done it again with the Los Angeles Lakers, as he helped them win their first NBA Championship since 2010.
With this triumph from the Lakers, they have equal the Boston Celtics record of 17 championships. Lebron James just won his 4th NBA Championship with three different teams.
While fans were expecting a keen contest in game 6, Miami Heats failed to turn up, as they were outplayed both defensively and offensively by angry Lakers. The Heats kept on missing free-throws missing about 8 in the first-half of the encounter.
Bam Adebayo may have a nice 25 points, but performed below expectations, as he failed to showcase his offensive and defensive ability.
Rajon Rondo sensational of the bench, earned him 19 points, he created some sparks for the team, making crucial dunks, superb drive and momentum, all the Lakers needed to run-out winners of this one.
What else do you have to say about Lebron James? In his 17th season, at age 35, his night concludes with 28 points (13 of 20 FG’s), 14 rebounds and 10 assists plus 1 steal.
“It means a lot to represent this franchise, it is an unbelievable feelings for the entire team, we just want to respect, i also want my damn respect.”
One thing I can do is to be committed to my game, I have never missed the play-offs games in my career.”
NBA Commissioner Adams Silver officially announced Los Angeles Lakers as the Champion.
“We have found a way to play through this pandemic, for that every team have to be celebrated, a special thank you to Disney, congratulations to Miami heats our Eastern conference Champions. But for that one team has emerge champions congratulations to the Los Angeles Lakers”
Anthony Davis scored a double double 19 points 15 rebounds.
Los Angeles Lakers coach Frank Vogel also expressed joy to the triumph.
“We have been through a whole lot, am so damn proud of this team. world champions!. Credits to the team my coaching staff, we have the talents, we just want to focus on the work and get it done.”