LeBron blasts his beloved Cavs with another game out of the ordinary

LeBron James' 46 points, especially 21 in the fourth quarter, helped the Lakers rally and win at the Cavs.

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Cleveland is one of the cities that accepts the public in its NBA games. At least for now. There are only 2,000 people who can enter the Rocket Mortgage FieldHouse, but each one counts if we talk about seeing what we saw in this meeting. Being able to observe it closely is a prize, especially in these times of restrictions due to the coronavirus. The Lakers arrived, the current champion of the competition, and with LeBron James, the man who brought to those lands the only title that they have in the windows until today, as an attraction. On such an important date, with the team of his life almost recovered from its last outing and with good feelings to be promoted in the Eastern Conference, James did not want to miss his appointment with history, one more for him.

The Cavaliers did a great job and pushed the Lakers to the limit, but LeBron is LeBron and he feels at home in that arena. Not clothed, but at home. After the game he admitted that a fan hesitated in the third quarter after failing and the reigning king wanted to show why he is such. 21 points in the last period, which the visitors entered from behind on the scoreboard, silenced the incredulous mouth. LeBron's teammates only scored 7 points in those decisive 12 minutes. James went up to 46 points, remembering his best games there, on a certain date that he took it upon himself to make even more special. 7 triples, a Kobe basket and tons of quality that fell on some Cavs who were left unable to react to what their hero for years did to them.



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