Los Angeles Lakers, NBA Playoffs

Best tweets from garbage time of the Lakers’ title-clinching blowout

The Lakers started blowing out the Heat so early, the most entertaining part of Game 6 of the NBA Finals were the garbage time tweets.

If you tuned into Game 6 of the LakersHeat NBA Finals series on Sunday night in the second quarter you didn’t get to see much competitive basketball.

Less than a minute into the quarter, the Lakers went up by 10 points and it never got any closer.

The rout was well and truly on, leaving basketball fans looking around for something else to occupy their Sunday night. That’s where Twitter came in.

Twitter had fun during garbage time of the Lakers title-win over the Heat.

The only people happy about a Game 6 blowout before halftime were Lakers fans.

The good news, rival fans know the best way to get on the nerves of any Lakers fans in their lives.

Not that any Laker fan truly cares at this point. They were too busy celebrating in a variety of ways, many of which involved the memory of Kobe Bryant.

Heat fans really didn’t have many positives to take away.

The stats just weren’t pretty at any point.

LeBron James was pretty darn good again. So was Anthony Davis. But the debate over a Finals MVP has already been settled.

In the middle of a blowout, you start to notice the weirdest things.

It’s not just folks on Twitter getting off-topic either.

Maybe the worst thing about LeBron winning another title is the endless legacy debates that are about to dominate sports media.

You know its coming. Prepare yourself.

The Lakers achieved their latest title in the strangest of ways, navigating the NBA bubble while taking down the Blazers, the Rockets, the Nuggets and the Heat. The only question left is whether they’ll be in this position again next year.

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