LeBron James was on hand Sunday night to watch the Los Angeles Rams defend their home turf and bring a Super Bowl title back to the city.
The win was thrilling for Rams fans and continues an impressive run of success for all teams in Los Angeles.
The 2020 sports calendar was disrupted and featured unique seasons in both the NBA and MLB.
Yet even with all the unique hurdles, the Los Angeles Lakers and Los Angeles Dodgers won titles in 2020.
The problem was that neither team could have a true celebration because of the pandemic.
Thus, there were no massive parades in the city.
James sent out a tweet Monday afternoon with a great plan to remedy the problem.
We, Dodgers and Rams should all do a joint parade together!!!! With a live concert afterwards to end it!! City of Champions 🏆🏆🏆💍💍💍. Congrats 🐏 once again!!! 🔥🔥🔥🔥🔥🔥🔥🔥🔥
— LeBron James (@KingJames) February 14, 2022
His suggestion is to throw a massive parade for all three teams, with a live concert to cap off the day.
Who says no to this?
LeBron Wants To Celebrate Properly
The Rams should already be able to have a proper celebration soon.
Adding the Lakers and the Dodgers to the mix would only add to the excitement.
This would also mark a fun event for sports fans in the area who are seeking a true return to normal.
The only question is if the city would allow such a massive gathering.
A Rams parade should already draw in huge numbers.
Throwing the Dodgers and Lakers into the mix, who are both arguably way more popular, would represent a parade that would truly shut down the city for a day.
Doing it soon would also work with everyone’s schedule.
The Lakers are on their all-star break after Wednesday. The Dodgers are in their off-season (there’s a lockout but players can do what they want). The Rams are tight with many Lakers and Dodgers players and they’ve talked about L.A. being a city of champs. Let’s make this happen!
— Arash Markazi (@ArashMarkazi) February 14, 2022
Parades are fun in general so the city of Los Angeles may just look to make this the biggest one ever given all the titles brought back to Southern California since the pandemic began.