Danny Green Reveals Lakers Plan if 2020-21 Season Starts on December

The Lakers have some plan on what to do if the 2020-20201 NBA season restarts in December, according to Danny Green. The Los Angeles Lakers were one of the teams that had to stay the longest in the NBA bubble this season. The teams who preformed well in the playoffs were there for nearly 4 moths.

This was a long a grueling time for those in the NBA bubble. These players are definitely used to freedom of movement, which they did not have. LeBron James talked about how hard this was for them recently.

“I am here for one reason and one reason only, and that’s to compete for a championship,” James said. “That was my mindset once I entered the bubble, once I entered the quarantine process the first two days. And then right from my first practice my mindset was to, if I’m going to be here, make the most of it and see what you can do and lock in on what the main thing is. And the main thing was for us to finish the season and compete for a championship.

“So that’s just been my mindset throughout these — I don’t even know how many days it is, whatever how many days it is, it feels like five years so it really doesn’t matter. I’ve been as locked in as I’ve ever been in my career.”

Danny Green Reveals Lakers Plan if 2020-21 Season Starts on December

Now the NBA is looking at how they will be able to restart in a timely manner. They were looking at a start date before Christmas, but the Lakers were not happy with this. According to them, they need more time to rest.

Danny Green talked about this recently.

“We’ll all show up for work. I’m not speaking on or for anybody,” said Green. “I was just joking saying certain guys — not just LeBron, we have a lot of vets on our team — and we prefer not to start Dec. 22.”

“… We have a lot of guys with eight-plus years, 10-plus years (of experience) on our team. To do a long season like we had, regardless of how long we had in between, we still finished at a date and to start up a month-and-a-half later, or two months later, is tough. But we will show up for work, so don’t take it out of context, and I’ll speak no more on it, but we hope that we get a little more time to relax and rest and give our bodies a chance to recover before we start back up again.”

What do you think about what he had to say?