Authorities shut down ramps leading to the Los Angeles downtown area after the Lakers won the NBA Finals on Sunday night. Thousands gathered outside the Staples Center after the team beat the Miami Heat inside the NBA's Florida bubble. (Oct. 12)
Jalen Rose and David Jacoby discuss what the Los Angeles Lakers winning the 2020 NBA Finals would mean for LeBron James' legacy, with Jalen making the declaration that it would push LeBron past Magic Johnson on his all-time list, leaving him only behind Michael Jordan, Kareem Abdul-Jabbar and Bill Russell. They also discuss the effect of Rich Paul on this Lakers team, with multiple Klutch Sports clients, including Anthony Davis, on the roster.
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✔️ Jalen Rose breaks down how LeBron James' legacy will be impacted if the Los Angeles Lakers win against the Miami Heat in Game 5 of the 2020 NBA Finals.
✔️ Fans chanted "Kobe" in memory of the basketball legend, Kobe Bryant after the LA Lakers won the NBA championship against the Miami Heat. The last time they clinched the title was a decade ago in 2020. Kobe Bryant was at the center of the celebrations back then. His wife, Vaness Bryant, shared touching sentiments about the big win by congratulating the coach, Rob Pelinka. Inside Edition Digital's Leigh Scheps has more. LeBron James speaks with reporters after the Los Angeles Lakers' series-clinching win in Game 5 over the Portland Trail Blazers. LeBron recaps the game and gives his thoughts on everything that has transpired inside the NBA bubble since Wednesday, adding that he stands in solidarity with the Milwaukee Bucks. (17:40) James also discusses the loss of Chadwick Boseman and the impact he had on society.