26 Jun


In the NBA Finals, the Lakers won the first two games at home. Game 1 was a convincing 25 points win, but they needed overtime to win game two — after surviving a potential game-winning layup by Courtney Lee at the buzzer. When the series shifted to Orlando for Game 3, the Magic were able to win a game, but the Lakers overcame a double-digit halftime deficit in Game 4, taking a commanding 3-1 lead. In Game 5, the Magic stormed out of the gates, leading by as many as nine points, but by halftime the Lakers had taken a 10-point lead going on a 16-0 run in the second quarter. From there they never looked back and went on to win by 13 points, clinching their 15th NBA Championship. Kobe was named MVP of the finals getting his 4th NBA Ring. I guess we can all say it now… “Shaq how does Kobe’s ass taste?”

Three days later the Laker Parade was hosted in Los ANgeles where it started at the Staple Center and ended at the Coliseum where there the Lakers announced to the public where people have been since the night before anticipating their team. I had a chance to go to the parade and it was a fun experience and got a great pic of Kobe and his trophy. Good Job Lakers see ya next year!



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