LeBron James takes to Twitter to express his frustration at the fans rushing onto the field by beating Notre Dame Clemson.
The corona virus infection has drastically changed the way we all live in the last 9 months. Major games around the world were huge successes because they were forced to stop playing games in the middle of the season.
Leagues such as the NBA and MLB are playing back in their own ‘bubble’ and also announced their season champions. None of the fans in these bubbles attended to prevent the virus from spreading further.
However, college football started its season last month and has been allowing fans to attend their games. As the corona virus was still in effect, fans took to the field during the Clemson vs Notre Dame game.
LeBron James, who advocates for championship parades for the Lakers and Dodgers, responded to the Clemson game on Twitter.
LeBron James wants to know if fans will be allowed on the stage next season
The reason why the field was rushed by the fans in the Notre Dame vs. Clemson game is because Clemson was greatly liked. Clemson has not lost a game in 3 years, winning 37-0.
However, the Irish for the fight withdrew for the win, and because of this great grief, thousands of fans took to the field. In the midst of all this, he took to Twitter to make it clear that he was confused because all the fans were so close to each other.
So it’s okay for fans to get on the field, but is it okay to have fans at the same time ??? I’m confused
– LeBron James (ing King James) November 8, 2020
Will there be fans for the NBA next season?
The NBA tentatively confirms December 22ndnd Start the 2020-21 NBA season, with a lot more details to be washed away.
The NBA lost $ 1 billion last season because fans could not attend games. To make up for the losses this season, stars like LeBron James have been hit with an 18% escrow in their annual salary. It is not yet clear whether the stadiums will run at half capacity or even the fans will be allowed.