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The Los Angeles Lakers left victorious from the 2020 NBA Finals last night in Orlando, Florida. This was the 17th championship win for the team overall, but first to come in the past decade.


Here's just a few celebrities who celebrated the win!

Snoop Dogg

Not only did Snoop Dogg share a congratulations to the team, but he also posted constant coverage and updates throughout the night. For more of Snoop Dogg's thoughts on the game, you can check out his Instagram where you'll also find this throwback picture of the rapper attending a Lakers game.

DJ Khaled

DJ Khaled also posted a congrats message to Instagram but took the opportunity to pay tribute to the late Kobe Byrant. Earlier this year, Bryant and his daughter Gigi tragically died in a helicopter accident. The loss was completely unexpected and devastating for fans around the globe.

Now a widow, Kobe's wife Vanessa Bryant posted to her Instagram story

In the story, Vanessa Bryant wrote "Mamba and Mambacita jerseys approved for game 5." Kobe Brant played for the Lakers beginning in 1996. He went on to win five NBA Championships and was greatly missed during the game.

Kerry Washington tweeted condolences to the Bryant family

Lastly, Walt Disney World lit up Cinderella's castle in purple and gold to celebrate

Congrats to the Los Angeles Lakers on a great season!

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