Lakers Nation Tweets Of The Week: The Heat Win The Title, Metta Tweets

The NBA offseason has officially started as the Miami Heat have won back-to-back titles. LeBron James has received an incredible amount of criticism and hate over the years, but now fans of the NBA have no choice but to remain silent. The King has answered the criticism and has made the world witness his incredible talents and abilities to be named one of the greats to ever play this game.

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Congrats to the Miami Heat for an incredible season. Here are the tweets of the week, including the Miami Heat defeating the San Antonio spurs 3-2 in the NBA Finals and Metta World Peace’s interesting tweets during the Finals.

1. After LeBron’s headband went missing in Game 6, the jokes obviously began.

 

2. The NBA Finals has inspired Metta World Peace.

 

3. Leave it to the Lakers to be the ones who make other teams catchup to their success.

 

4. Woah!

 

5. The last two games were indeed a great way to finish watching some basketball.

 

6. Thank you, Instagram for updating your app to add videos. Check out this video LeBron recently posted on his Instagram.

 

7. LeBron continues to make history in the NBA.

 

8. I think the “cup caked cookies” are a reference to the San Antonio Spurs.

 

9. Well deserved.

 

10. It’s okay Tim Duncan, Lakers fans feel your pain.

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