Lakers’ LeBron James Delivers Message to Dodgers Following NLCS Win

The Los Angeles Dodgers defeated the Atlanta Braves and made the World Series for the third time in four seasons. It was a great success for the team and players received words of praise from current and former athletes. Los Angeles Lakers superstar LeBron James was watching the game, and he congratulated the Dodgers for their win. The four-time NBA champion recognizes greatness every time he sees one.

LeBron shared a photo of Dodgers pitcher Joe Kelly and delivered a message of support and praise for the blue-and-white team.

LeBron James respects the Dodgers

The Dodgers will try to win their seventh World Series title after defeating the Atlanta Braves in the National League Championship Series. LA is in its third World Series in the last four seasons. However, the Dodgers haven’t won a title since 1988.

It was a big battle, and the team had to defeat the Milwaukee Brewers and San Diego Padres to come this high. LA has the top seed in the National League after conquering the National League West for the eighth straight year.

It’s an incredible season for the world of baseball. Players will meet at Globe Life Field in Arlington, Texas. The coronavirus pandemic changed everything, and both teams will try to prove their worth in front of a limited crowd.

Baseball has limited travel across the country. This doesn’t apply to American League teams and their championship in San Diego.

The Dodgers will have Game 1 against the Tampa Bay Rays Tuesday. LeBron is here to support the team. Winning feels great and he knows it best. He won a title a week ago.

LeBron and his Los Angeles Lakers defeated most NBA teams to make the top of the league. They clinched the top of the West and finished the season inside a bubble in Orlando. The rest is history. LeBron won his fourth ring and Anthony Davis had the chance to win his first title. It was an important season for every Lakers player. It’s interesting to note that the team won’t enter the upcoming season with the same roster. Some players will probably sign with another team.