Tiger Fight, October 12 In the sixth game of the finals that ended today, the Lakers defeated the Heat 106-93, and the series won the championship with a 4-2 score. After the game, Lakers forward LeBron James accepted an interview on the sidelines.
When asked about the specific content of his remarks about some off-court things that bothered him during the rematch, James said: "To be honest, you have to control what you can control, and don't worry about what you can't control. This is an unknown environment. No one of us has experienced anything like this. From players to coaches to your reporters, it is full of challenges. Even though I have had that moment, one thing is that I have always been able to do it Yes, that is, I can still keep my focus on the main things. The main thing is that you do one thing and do it to the end. That makes my mind clear, because my mother always tells me,'You start doing one It’s up to the end. No matter what the outcome is.’ So that allowed me to overcome those moments."
Speaking of the challenge of playing in the quarter-finals, James said: "I think you are far from your support system. We all know how challenging work and basketball can become. When you are lucky enough to be with your support system , And my support system is my family, my children, they give me strength. Even if I will embark on a road trip, you will be able to go home after almost five consecutive races. So stay here More than 90 days are full of challenges, but when your support system, your significant other tells you, "We can do it here. Go and do your work." We all know what my job is, and this lets me do the job. A lot easier."
When asked about the similarities between this championship and the previous three times, James said: “The same is that when you put yourself into work, you experience the process of getting better for the team every day. You know how good it is to come to this step. Challenging, this is the same as before. Because you have crossed the hard and difficult obstacles of the whole season to reach the finish line, and then you can cross the finish line, it feels incredible."
In this game, James played 42 minutes, made 13 of 20 shots, scored 28 points, 14 rebounds and 10 assists, and was elected FMVP unanimously.