LeBron James took to Twitter to express his disappointment about fans flocking to the pitch following Notre Dame’s win over Clemson.
The Coronavirus pandemic has dramatically changed the way we all live in the past 9 months. Major sports around the world receive huge numbers because they are forced to pause mid-season matches.
Tournaments like the NBA and MLB have continued to play in their own ‘Bubble’, and claim to be their season champions. No fans are participating in either of these Bubbles to prevent the virus from spreading further.
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Community football, however, started the season last month and has allowed fans to attend their matches. While Coronavirus was still in effect, fans flocked to the pitch during the Clemson vs. Match match. Notre Dame.
LeBron James, who has supported championship parades for the Lakers and the Dodgers, responded to the Clemson game on Twitter.
LeBron James wants to know if fans will be allowed to enter the arenas next season
The reason why the pitch was rushed by fans in the match of Notre Dame vs. Clemson, it’s because Clemson is in great favor. Clemson has not lost a single match in three years and is on a 37-0 win.
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However, Fighting Ireland managed to win and due to this nasty victory, thousands of fans flocked to the pitch. Amidst all this, LeBron James took to Twitter to openly say he was confused by all the fans who were so close together.
So it’s okay for the fans to burst into the field but not at the same time have fans ??? I am confused 🤷🏾♂️
– LeBron James (@KingJames) November 8, 2020
Will the NBA have fans in the stands next season?
With the NBA scheduled to confirm December 22nd Starting with NBA 2020-21, a lot of details still need to be omitted.
The NBA has lost more than a billion dollars due to the fan’s inability to get to the matches last season. To make up for the possible losses this season, stars like LeBron James have secured 18% of their annual salary. It is still unclear whether the stadiums will run at half capacity or if fans will even be allowed.