The Bubble Has Burst: The Los Angeles Lakers are the 2020 NBA Champions!

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Lebron and the Lakers defeated the Miami Heat 106-93 in Game 6 of the NBA Finals on Sunday night to become the 2020 NBA Champions.

With the win the Lakers added the 17th title for the franchise. The Lakers are now tied with the Boston Celtics for the most titles in NBA history.

Let’s Talk About King James who led the team in scoring 28 points, 14 rebounds and 10 assists. He completed his 11th triple-double in the finals, most in NBA history.

James also became the first player in NBA history to earn NBA Finals MVP with three different teams. Only Michael Jordan has more NBA Finals MVP awards, with six. James now has a fourth championship under his belt, in his 10th NBA Finals.

“This is a historic franchise and to be a part of this is something that I’ll be able to talk about and my grandkids and kids will be able to talk about. Their paw-paw played for the Los Angeles Lakers,” said James.

Anthony Davis finished with 19 points and shot 7-for-17, with 15 rebounds, 3 assists, 2 blocks and 1 steal. “It was an unbelievable feeling, and just an emotional moment for me.” said 27-year-old Davis.

The Dynamic Duo: Davis and James are the first pair of teammates since 1961 to each average 25 PPG, 10 RPG in a single NBA Finals.

“When I took the job, I remember he (Kobe Bryant) said, ‘Hey, I know what you did for me for 20 years,'” said the Lakers vice president of basketball operations and GM, Rob Pelinka. “He said, ‘I’ll give you two, three years, you’ll fix this. You’ll get the Lakers back on top.’”

Vanessa Bryant posted on her Instagram story a photo of her late husband Kobe Bryant with Pelinka along with a heartfelt, message.

“Congratulations Uncle P!” Bryant wrote. “Congratulations @lakers Kobe was right, RP! ‘Stay the course-blockout the noise.'”

History was also made on Sunday for the Lakers owner Jeanie Buss, who became the first female owner to win a NBA Championship.