Orlando Mayor invites Lebron James back to town after the player said the NBA bubble gave him “PTSD”.


ORLANDO, Florida. – According to a viral clip from an HBO show, Orlando’s Mayor Lebron takes James out for lunch after the Lakers star said he was developing “PTSD” when he heard the name Orlando after the NBA bubble last summer.

“You always have to understand, whenever I hear Orlando, I get PTSD,” said the NBA player on the show “The Shop: Uninterrupted,” in which he starred.

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The clip posted on Twitter is gaining traction on the social media platform and in particular caught the attention of Orlando Mayor Buddy Dyer.


I’m sure you haven’t experienced the other half of Orlando during your time in the Bubble last summer, @KingJames. Next time you’re here we’ll be going out for lunch.

You will see that our community is diverse, inclusive and vibrant.

– Mayor Buddy Dyer (@orlandomayor) May 29, 2021

The league’s teams arrived at the Disney Wide World of Sports complex in Kissimmee in July 2020, where all teams stayed for at least five and a half weeks and some for more than three months.

In the clip, James jokes that the bubble is the reason he didn’t bring his daughter to Disney World.

The Los Angeles Lakers eventually won the NBA championship in the bubble against the Miami Heat.

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Janet Smith