Los Angeles Lakers legend Earvin “Magic” Johnson has been pretty active on Twitter throughout the entire 2020 playoffs. Who can blame him? His old team is finally pegged to return to its lost glory and win a title for the first time in 10 years.

Magic understandably went into overdrive on Sunday, as the Lakers fulfilled those expectations and were crowned the 2020 NBA champions by defeating the Miami Heat in Game 6, 106-93. The Hall of Fame point guard certainly couldn’t hide his excitement as he wrote several congratulatory tweets for the entire organization.

He began by giving major props to Lakers superstar LeBron James, who delivered on his promise to give the city of LA another championship.

LeBron won his fourth NBA title and fourth Finals MVP after playing remarkable basketball against a gritty Heat team in six games. Magic acknowledged The King’s greatness as well as his unparalleled consistency throughout the years.  James recorded a triple-double of 28 points, 14 rebounds, and 10 dimes in the series-clincher.

Johnson then directed his praises to the Lakers’ next great big, Anthony Davis. Having played with another all-time great in Kareem Abdul-Jabbar, the former Lakers executive knows how important it is to have a reliable big man in the team. AD dropped 19 points and 15 boards on Sunday.

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Magic Johnson also did not forget the Lakers’ strong supporting cast, who this 17th banner possible.

Lastly, he congratulated the team’s coaching staff and executives. He gave credit to Lakers head coach Frank Vogel for steering the ship and making sure the Lakers live up to the lofty expectations they had at the beginning of the year.

The 61-year-old basketball icon also didn’t have ill feelings towards Lakers GM Rob Pelinka, after their misunderstanding as executives last year. Magic also paid homage to Lakers owner Jeannie Buss, claiming her old man would have been extremely proud of her accomplishments.