Watch: Hilarious Footage of JaVale McGee Behind The Scenes in Round 2 Game vs Houston

The Los Angeles Lakers challenge the Houston Rockets in Game 2 of the playoff series and things look really great for the team. Lakers players are doing a really great job on the floor and they support each other on the basketball court. JaVale McGee has full support for his teammates in the game vs Houston.

A behind-the-scenes video brought joy to every Lakers fan. The Golden State Warriors are also cheering on their former player. The Warriors watched the former two-time champion suot up with LeBron James and the Lakers in the starting lineup on Friday. McGee drew the start against the Rockets. He had four points on 2-of-2 shooting from the field with three rebounds, an assist and a block in 13 minutes.

JaVale McGee is great vs Houston

McGee’s best highlight from Game 1 came from the bench. After LeBron threw down a big dunk over Westbrook in the first quarter, McGee surprised everyone with his reaction. LeBron finished the game with 20 points on 7-of-15 shooting from the field with eight rebounds, seven assists and two blocks in 37 minutes. He played these minutes despite his groin injury.

McGee and the Lakers are going to challenge the Rockets in the most brilliant way. They are doing their best to finish the series with a win. Magic Johnson warned the Lakers, encouraging them to start seeing the Rockets as a threat. Houston is nothing like the Portland Trail Blazers and LeBron knows it really well.

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Lakers players were shocked with the speed Houston had in Game 1. Let’s see if they will find a way to stop James Harden. This is a priority for the team. LA took the advice Johnson had for the team and played solid games on the floor. The first two quarters were great and there’s still a long way to go.

LA lost Game 1 in the first series against the Blazers. This loss was followed by four straight wins. That was more than enough for the talented LA team.