Rui Hachimura Spills Truth On LeBron James After Lakers Make Conference Finals

The Los Angeles Lakers beat the Golden State Warriors in six games and it was spectacular. LeBron James and his teammates made the Western Conference Finals and will have to go against the Denver Nuggets in the next round. Lakers players worked really hard to get here and the result is more than impressive. They have a chance to get a ring this time.

Rui Hachimura shared his thoughts on the Lakers playoff run. He delivered decent performance off the bench, contributing to the final result with great dedication and skills. Hachimura also spoke about LeBron and his consistency on and off the field. The four-time NBA champion is a winner and everyone knows it.

“He’s amazing,” Hachimura said. “That’s one thing I (was) surprised about him when I got here, it’s how crazy he takes care of his body, how he thinks about the game. Everything’s like high level and it’s so consistent. It’s amazing I’m really his teammate and I can watch it.”

LeBron worked hard to take his team to the Western Conference Finals

Anthony Davis was dominant in the postseason, but LeBron was the star of the show in Game 6. Stephen Curry respects his aggressiveness and determination to win. That’s what makes LeBron the greatest basketball player of all time. Now he has to take care of Nikola Jokic and the Nuggets.

When it comes to Hachimura, he delivered nine points in 16 minutes of action in Game 6.

LeBron returned from his injury sooner than expected. He didn’t want to miss the chance to play in the big game. He took the Lakers to the play-in tournament and now they get to play in the conference finals. Playing through an injury turned into a habit for the king of basketball. He shut down the Warriors in Game 6, averaging 24.7 points, 8.8 rebounds, and 5.5 assists in the series against the Golden State.

The Lakers will meet the Nuggets again and they seem to be ready for the challenge. Let’s not forget they beat Jokic and his team in the NBA bubble in 2020 and ended up winning the title that year. Will they do the same again?