- The Game 1 of the NBA Finals between the Los Angeles Lakers and Miami Heat has officially started on Thursday
- Miami had a great start but it was the Lakers that won the game with a 116-98 score in the last quarter
- Anthony Davis totally aced his first-ever NBA Finals game as he scored 34 points overall
- Lebron James also opened up about his difficulties as they stayed in the NBA bubble since July for the games
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Amid the COVID-19 threat in the United States, Game 1 of the NBA Finals between Los Angeles Lakers and Miami Heat has officially kicked off.
KAMI learned that the Lakers dominated the Heat, making a 1-0 standing on Thursday.
In a report by Yahoo! Sports (authored by Ben Rohrbach), during the first few minutes of the game, Miami had a great start and led with 13 points.
However, as the third quarter approached, the Lakers stole the show and led with 28 points. The game ended with an 116-98 score, an advantage to the Lakers.
As reported by ABS-CBN, Anthony Davis dominated his first-ever NBA Finals game. He scored 34 points, had nine rebounds, and five assists.
Davis gave the biggest lead in the Lakers-Heat game and even completed a slam dunk during the third quarter.
According to the report of The Washington Post (authored by Ben Golliver and Kareem Copeland), Lebron James openly talked about the struggles he experienced when he entered the NBA bubble in July.
“It’s probably been the most challenging thing I’ve ever done as far as a professional as far as committing to something and actually making it through,” he said.
Due to the pandemic, the National Basketball Association came up with the NBA bubble or the Disney Bubble that served as an isolation area for all the players and other people involved in the game during the season.
Earlier, NBA star Kevin Durant confirmed that he tested positive for COVID-19. He also advised other people to be careful.
Meanwhile, the Los Angeles Lakers confirmed that two of its players also tested positive for COVID-19. Boston Celtics player Marcus Smart also contracted the coronavirus.
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