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The Finals Mini-Movies

  • Get a behind-the-scenes look at everything that happened as the Lakers wrapped up title No. 16.
  • Mini-Movies: Video Game 1 | Video Game 2 | Video Game 3 | Video Game 4 | Video Game 5 | Video Game 6 | Video Game 7
  • Slideshows: Video Game 1 | Video Game 2 | Video Game 3 | Video Game 4 | Video Game 5 | Video Game 6 | Video Game 7
  • JOHN SCHUHMANN
    JOHN SCHUHMANN

    Four stats key Lakers' clincher

    At the end of Game 7, the Lakers ended up hoisting the Larry O'Brien Trophy and these are the stats the prove why.

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    SCOTT HOWARD-COOPER
    SCOTT HOWARD-COOPER

    Winding road to the top

    Game 7 of the NBA Finals against rival Boston for the Lakers was a lot like their season: unpredictable, but ultimately a satisfying trip.

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    FRAN BLINEBURY
    FRAN BLINEBURY

    24-second thoughts on Game 7

    Christina Aguilera as the Lakers' good luck charm? That and 23 more thoughts on a hard-fought Game 7 between the Lakers and Celtics.

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    SEKOU SMITH
    SEKOU SMITH

    The 'other' MVP

    Kobe Bryant may have walked away with another Finals MVP, but Ron Artest was the Lakers' most valuable player in a Game 7 victory.

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    Irving goes No. 1 to Cleveland

    Irving goes No. 1 to Cleveland

    Cleveland takes Kyrie Irving with the top pick, Derrick Williams goes second to the Wolves, while Jimmer Fredette goes 10th to the Kings.

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    Kobe Bryant

    Player of Game 7

    On NBA TV Saturday: NBA Finals Coverage

    Watch NBA TV throughout Saturday for one-hour playbacks of the NBA Finals, where the Lakers beat the Celtics in Game 7 for their 16th championship.

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