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the Los Angeles rams She won the Super Bowl on Sunday night and is the star of the NBA LeBron James He said he wanted his city’s Lakers and Dodgers teams to be able to take part in the victory celebrations.
Taking to Twitter, James came up with an idea for a “joint show” in Los Angeles with his Lakers and The Dodgerswho won their national title in 2020, to join Rams and celebrate each of his recent championships.
James wrote on Twitter, “All of us, the Dodgers and the Rams, should do a joint parade together!!!! with a live concert afterwards to finish it!!City of Champions.”
We must all, the dodgers and the rams, do a joint parade together!!!! With a live party afterwards to finish it!! City of Champions 🏆🏆🏆💍💍💍. Congratulations 🐏 once again!!! 🔥🔥🔥🔥🔥🔥🔥🔥🔥
– LeBron James (@KingJames) February 14, 2022
After winning a national title, major sports teams usually hold a show in their cities and celebrate with their fans, but the Lakers and Dodgers were unable to do so in 2020 as large gatherings are restricted due to the coronavirus pandemic.
The Rams scheduled their ceremonial parade for Wednesday, February 16, when the Lakers were scheduled to play the Utah Jazz, but delaying the show by one day until Thursday, February 17, may make the joining event possible, Audacy mentioned.
The Lakers will then begin the All-Star break, and because the MLB hasn’t started spring training yet, a last-minute change is at least possible.
The tweet received some criticism, with the Lakers and Dodgers winning their championship in 2020 – two years ago.
Also, the Dodgers recently lost in the National League Championship to the World Series Final Winners, and Atlanta BravesThe Lakers are currently ranked ninth in the NBA Western Conference with a record of 26-31.
and the Corona virus pandemic It severely affected the 2020 season schedule, often preventing players from participating in training and games, so some people are questioning the integrity of tournaments won in the shadow of the coronavirus “bubble” – despite their full recognition by their sports leagues.
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