Netease Sports reported on October 8:
Currently leading the Heat 3-1 in the finals, only one step away from this year's championship. Lakers owner Jenny Buss revealed that if the team wins the championship, there will be a series of celebrations.
If the Lakers win the championship, it will be the 17th time in their team history and will tie the Celtics' record for the most championships. At the same time, this will also be the Lakers' victory since 2010. However, this year the epidemic is raging, and the possibility of the Lakers holding a large-scale parade in Los Angeles after winning the championship is slim.
Jenny said that they have made arrangements, "If we are lucky to win the championship, fans can rest assured that we will make everyone feel with the team and celebrate safely. Because everyone knows that we are in a pandemic period, large-scale The party is forbidden, and we want everyone to be safe."
"Before, our fans felt separated from the team. Next, no matter what happens, we will celebrate because this team has gone through so many things in a very downturn and extremely frustrating period. We have so much joy."
Obviously, Jenny means that a large-scale parade is impossible, but they will have a series of celebration arrangements to allow fans to enjoy and share the joy and happiness.
In the past, the Lakers won the championship centered on Figuero Avenue next to the Staples Center, with large-scale parades around them. Now, this avenue has been renamed Kobe Bryant Avenue, but it is unlikely that a parade will take place here.