LeBron James’ Outlook on Playing in 2021 Olympics Revealed

LeBron has an outlook for the 2021 Olympics. LeBron James and the Lakers are officially going to the NBA Finals this year, It will be interesting to see how they can do against the Miami Heat in the Finals this year. People are already talking about how this NBA season will always have an asterixis next to the season. Some even say that these NBA Playoffs will not count in the long run.

This has to do with the COVID situation as well as all of the stuff that is happening in regards to BLM. Take a look at what LeBron has said about this previously.

“I’ve never in my 35 years ever condoned violence,” James said in a videoconference. “Never have. But I also know what’s right is right and what’s wrong is wrong, and I grew up in the inner city in a Black community in what we call the hood or the ghetto, however you want to picture it. I’ve seen a lot of counts first hand of a lot of Black people being racially profiled because of our color. And I’ve seen it throughout my whole life. I’m not saying that all cops are bad because, I actually throughout high school and things of that nature, I’m around them all the time and they’re not all bad”

LeBron James’ Outlook on Playing in 2021 Olympics Revealed

“But when you see the videos that’s going on and you can see all over the — not only my hometown, but all over America — you continue to see the acts of violence towards my kind, I can’t do nothing but to speak about it and see the common denominator. But not one time have I ever said, ‘Let’s act violent towards cops.’ I just said that what’s going on in our community is not okay and we fear for that and we fear for our lives.”

Now it has come out on the 2020 Olympic games in Toyko. LeBron James given his outlook on this.

“I was told he wants to plan on being able to play, but no one can totally commit under these circumstances,” USA Basketball managing director Jerry Colangelo said about LeBron previously.

NBA commissioner Adam Silver also talked about the possibility.

“There are a lot of great US players, and we may be up against a scenario where the top-15 NBA players aren’t competing in the Olympics, but other great American players are competing,” Silver said. “And, obviously, there are many NBA players who participate in the Olympics for other countries. That’s something we’re going to have to work through… These are highly unique and unusual circumstances. And I think just as it is for the Olympic movement, it is for us as well. And we’re just going to have to sort of find a way to meld and mesh those two competing considerations.”

What do you think about the possibility?