NBA players react to Rams beating Bengals to win Super Bowl LVI

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NBA players react to Rams beating Bengals to win Super Bowl LVI
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Cooper Kupp caught eight passes for 92 yards and hauled in two touchdowns on Sunday to help lead the Los Angeles Rams to a 23-20 victory over the Cincinnati Bengals to win Super Bowl LVI.

Kupp was named MVP for his efforts, which also included the go-ahead touchdown with 1:25 left to play. He led the way for the Rams through the air while Odell Beckham Jr. finished with 52 yards and one touchdown before suffering a game-ending knee injury in the second quarter.

Matthew Stafford threw for 283 yards and three touchdowns to help the Rams overcome a late deficit. The win was sealed after Joe Burrow was unable to complete a 4th-and-1 pass, which was rushed because of pressure by Aaron Donald, who had four tackles and two sacks.

Of course, the Rams won in front of a sold-out crowd in Los Angeles to become just the second team to win in their own stadium in as many years. The game was also watched by millions around the world, including the NBA community as several players weighed in on social media.

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