Los Angeles – After a few weeks of experience with the corona crisis, basketball star LeBron James’ opinion about ghost games in the NBA has changed.

Immediately before the season breaks almost a month ago, he had ruled out such a scenario for himself.

Now the professional of the Los Angeles Lakers said: «If there is a single, isolated place, whether in Las Vegas or anywhere else, that can accommodate us and give us the best chance of being safe – not only on the court but also off the beaten track – then these discussions will be held. » The NBA wants to decide on how to proceed at the earliest in May.

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Synthia Rozario
An editorial staff member at The Eastern Herald. Formerly, correspondent of The Eastern Express, Hong Kong.