Netease Sports reported on September 30:
Playing the finals in a completely closed isolation bubble was the first time in LeBron's career, and he thought it was also the most difficult.
"After I became a professional player, this may be the most challenging of all the things I have experienced. Because you have to make a commitment and insist on doing everything, but I know what we are here for."
"Obviously playing in such an environment will consume a lot of your body and mentality, and it will be extremely difficult."
But LeBron believes that as long as it is for the championship, it is worth doing everything, "I am here for one reason, and only for this reason, that is to compete for the championship. Since I entered the bubble, I began to isolate two days ago, my mentality is like this That’s what I thought about when I started training on the first day. The most important thing is to finish the season and compete for the championship."
"These days, I have always thought about this. I don't even know how many days I have been here. It feels like 5 years, but it doesn't matter. I have always been as invested as other parts of my career."
LeBron has forgotten how many days he spent in the bubble, but by the time he spoke, he had been in the Orlando semi-finals for 82 days.