WATCH: LeBron James Takes Along His Championship Trophy to Lakers’ Party in Las Vegas

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October 19, 2020 4:30 pm

The Los Angeles Lakers recently emerged as the 2020 NBA champions in Orlando. This is the 17th title for the franchise that has catered to some of the greats in NBA history. It was home to the Black Mamba, and now LeBron James is their new superstar holding the trophy for Lakers.

While LeBron James and the Lakers held the trophy in the Walt Disney bubble, Los Angeles streets came alive with celebrations from LA fans. It was a massive day for a lot of players on the Lakers’ roster. While Bron achieved his career’s fourth title, Anthony Davis cherished his first ever in the league.

Oct 11, 2020; Lake Buena Vista, Florida, USA; The Los Angeles Lakers hold up the Finals trophy after game six of the 2020 NBA Finals at AdventHealth Arena. The Los Angeles Lakers won 106-93 to win the series. Mandatory Credit: Kim Klement-USA TODAY Sports

Some veteran stars like Dwight Howard and Rajon Rondo also enjoyed their first and second titles, respectively. It was a well-dominated year by the franchise. After losing the legendary Kobe Bryant in an unfortunate helicopter crash this January, this victory was all the more sweeter for the Lakers.

Lakers are partying in Las Vegas to extend their championship celebration

It’s been about a week since the Lakers won, but it seems like the celebrations aren’t halting anytime soon. The party has now shifted to Las Vegas!

LeBron James isn’t giving the trophy any rest

The interesting bit is that Lakers’ main man, LeBron James, is not leaving the Larry O’Brien Trophy anywhere. He has taken it along with him to Vegas and the video of Bron carrying it around is going viral on the internet.

The King, as fans popularly call LeBron, is having the time of his life with these grand parties celebrating their victories. His Instagram and social media have been filled with moments like these.

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