Ex-NBA champion with the Los Angeles Lakers Metta Sandiford-Artest (previously known as Metta World Peace and Ron Artest) named this year’s NBA finals as one of the most challenging in the history of any sport.
Just after Game 4, where the Lakers won over the Miami Heat (102-96) and took a 3-1 series lead, the former Laker wrote his opinion about the 2020 NBA finals:
“This NBA finals is absolutely the toughest finals in the history of any sport. Mentally draining being in the bubble and physically taken a toll,” Sandiford-Artest tweeted.
He also appreciated the Lakers coach Frank Vogel’s decision to put Dwight Howard to a starting lineup: