The NBA announced that it is getting closer to reaching 100 percent of players who have the coronavirus vaccine, but in the United States there is a strong culture that opposes vaccination and stars like LeBron James have been skeptical of the issue.
In the 2020-21 NBA season, Dennis Schröder revealed that the only Los Angeles Lakers players not vaccinated were him and LeBron James, so it was feared that ‘El Rey’ would miss momentous Playoff games due to covid protocols. -19.
The controversy erupted because the NBA decided not to sanction LeBron after a meeting with Drake and Michael B. Jordan in a promotional event without social distancing. For this reason, the narrative was installed that James had already been vaccinated, but …
“That is a conversation that my family and I will have. Basically keep that private. Obviously I saw that Adam Silver had his comments on the vaccination. But things like that, when you decide to do something, it is a conversation between you and your family and not for everyone. I’ll keep it that way, ”LeBron James said of the decision to get vaccinated.
Los Angeles Lakers will have all their players vaccinated for NBA 2021-22
Amid the context that there is not 100% certainty that LeBron James is vaccinated against the coronavirus, Rob Pelinka, general manager of the Los Angeles Lakers, delivered a forceful statement about the vaccination and the players of the Californian team.
“On opening night, all players currently on our roster will be considered fully vaccinated,” said Pelinka. Words more, words less LeBron James will start the NBA season 2021-22 vaccinated against covid-19 if he is not already vaccinated. (Bolavip)