LeBron James was indeed leading Los Angeles Lakers to the 17th NBA Championship.
The Los Angeles Lakers beat the Miami Heat in Game 6 of the Finals on Sunday night to win their 17th NBA championship, a match more than any other in league history, a successful ending to the season like no other before the Los Angeles Lakers on Sunday night. Headed by LeBron James and Anthony Davis, the Lakers were named champions of the 2020 NBA after beating the Miami Heat at the Walt Disney World Resort in Orlando, Florida. The Lakers did win their best of seven series in Game 6 in a 106-93 win over Miami. The hard-fought victory comes approximately nine months when Lakers legend Kobe Bryant died in a helicopter crash that killed eight others, including his 13-year-old daughter, Gianna.
LeBron James wears Kobe Bryant tribute shirt before winning game 4 of NBA finals.
The uniforms were designed by Bryant who won five championships in his 20 years with the series of games after his retired from the NBA in 2016. The Lakers had a 4-1 record this postseason in the Black Mamba uniforms, their only loss coming in Game 5 of the Finals. With this new victory, James now has four NBA titles to his career, taking him into line with other greats such as Shaquille O’Neal and Robert Parish. This is the 17th title for the Lakers team, which goes back to their first championship in 1949 when the team was based in Minneapolis. They are also in step with their long-standing opponents, the Boston Celtics, with the most NBA championships in the history of the league.
Lakers Fans Arrested at Staples Center in Post-Victory Madness.
The Police department has modified the number and is much worse than previously expected. Now, the police claim a total of 76 fan were arrested and 8 officers were wounded throughout the anarchy of Sunday night. According to the Police department, two people were wounded by “less deadly bullets shot by the police.” In addition, more than 30 buildings were destroyed. The Police department released a statement, “What began as a mostly respectful celebration of the Los Angeles Lakers NBA Championship in downtown Los Angeles last night transformed into confrontational, aggressive, and disruptive action.”