Watch: LeBron James Unveils What His Suite Looks Like in NBA Bubble

Los Angeles Lakers superstar LeBron James showed a video from his suite inside the NBA bubble in Orlando. From what we can see, he is enjoying his time, and yes, he is ready for the Sunday football.

NFL teams opened the regular season, and LeBron was all-in when it comes to taking part in the action. He enjoys a good football game. Let’s not forget that the king and his teammates saw action in the “Madden NFL” tournament at Walt Disney World. The tournament is over now, and LeBron announced the big winner during his convo with Allie Clifton from Spectrum SportNet.

Quinn Cook and his Arizona Cardinals won the tournament and defeated forward Markieff Morris. LeBron was playing with his Cleveland Browns and they took on Jared Dudley and his Los Angeles Chargers.

LeBron is resting inside his suite in the bubble

When it comes to real games, LeBron and his Los Angeles Lakers teammates are getting ready for the Western Conference Finals. LA players lost the first game of the series against the Houston Rockets. This initial loss gave players the motivation they needed to come this far. The same happened in the series against the Portland Trail Blazers.

LeBron, Anthony Davis and the rest of the players on the Lakers roster had an incredible performance in Game 5 of the series against James Harden and the Rockets. Alex Caruso was dominant and Kyle Kuzma had his great moments on the floor too.

LA will meet the winner of the series between the Los Angeles Clippers and the Denver Nuggets. The latter forced Game 7 with a win on Sunday afternoon. This gives LA players enough time to rest and relax.

LeBron will use his free time to prepare his body for the next series. His wife Savannah joined him inside the bubble, but the king spends too much time working on his body. She is probably bored, but they can at least be together for some time.

The four-time NBA MVP is looking forward to winning his fourth championship. LA hasn’t come this far in a decade, and LeBron’s arrival changed everything.