Basketball Star "LeBron James" Set To Boycott Games, If The Fans Are Not In Attendance.

The NBA on Friday, circulated a memo to all its teams, informing them to anticipate a plan of action in which sport games would be played behind closed doors, without the fans or media, as been witnessed presently in some of the football leagues in Europe, because of the emergence of the deadly Coranavirus outbreak.

Basketball teams may likely begin to play games with only essential staff present should it be neccesssary, as specified in the memo.

Teams must also be prepared for the possibility of implementing temperature checks on team staff, players, referees, and anyone else who is essential to conducting such a game in an arena.

The 35-year-old basketball star, after scoring 37 points in Los Angeles Lakers game on Friday night, in their 113-103 win over Eastern conference league leaders Milwaukee Bucks, speaks in an interview when asked about the possibility of games without the fans in attendance ;
"Play games without the fans? Nah, that would make no sense”  
“I ain’t playing if I ain’t got the fans in the crowd. That’s who I play for. I play for my teammates, and I play for the fans. That’s what it’s all about. So if I show up to an arena one day, and there ain’t no fans in there, I ain’t playing. They can do what they want to do.”

CloudNine Sports understands that LeBron James emeeged the best player in Staples on the night, having scored 34,000 points to  become the 3rd basketball player ever, and youngest player to reach that mark.

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