Seven months after winning the franchise's 17th title, the Los Angeles Lakers will, at last, reveal their 2020 NBA championship banner, the team announced. The Lakers beat the Heat in Game 6 to take back the title on Oct. 11 within the NBA bubble in Orlando, Florida.
"There were a couple of reasons why we waited," Buss told Spectrum SportsNet, the team's regional TV partner, on Thursday. "First of all, on opening night, we didn't have any fans. So now that we've finally gotten the nod that we're allowed to have some fans, we decided that the last regular-season game would be good."
On Thursday, James has missed L.A.'s past 10 games with a high ankle sprain, whereas Davis has been out 24 games with a calf strain and tendinosis in his right leg. James posted a photo of him and his fellow co-captain to his Instagram page on Thursday, implying their up-and-coming return.
The Lakers will welcome back fans for the first time on April 15 against the Boston Celtics. The exact capacity that L.A. County and the state of California will permit the Lakers to have has not been declared, yet.
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