Last Friday, James said, “I play for the fans; that’s what it’s all about. If I show up to the arena and there ain’t no fans there, I ain’t playing.” On Tuesday, James amended his statement. When asked about his previous comments while addressing the press, James said that he and his teammates will respect the decisions that come from the experts. The Lakers organization has not yet banned fans from attending games in light of the global health crisis.
Could This Have Been LeBron James' Last Shot To Win Title?
The Los Angeles Lakers were poised to be title contenders right before the NBA suspended its season due to the coronavirus pandemic. LeBron James was a MVP candidate, as he played some of the best ball of his career despite being 35 years old. SI’s Chris Mannix speaks with Fox ...read more