It wasn’t easy due to a remarkable, gritty effort by the Miami Heat, but the Los Angeles Lakers are NBA champions after a 106-93 Game 6 victory in the bubble.

After the Heat won Games 3 and 5, the Lakers didn’t screw around in this one. Los Angeles led 64-36 at halftime, halftime, and leading by as many as 36 in the third quarter.

LeBron James had a triple-double, with 28 points, 14 rebounds, and 10 assists.

And Anthony Davis had 19 points and 15 rebounds.

It’s the fourth championship for LeBron, and he’s been named NBA Finals MVP each time, adding some more ammunition to the GOAT debate.

It’s also the first ring for Anthony Davis, and the 27-year-old superstar probably isn’t done on that front.

As for the Heat, they’re surely disappointed in how it ended, but their run was absolutely incredible.

They’re building something special and will be a very attractive destination to free agents in the coming years.

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