LeBron James Proposes LA Sports Victory Parade

The Rams' victory may provide an opportunity for the Lakers and Dodgers to make up for lost time.

The Rams’ victory may provide an opportunity for the Lakers and Dodgers to make up for lost time.

Following their victory at Super Bowl LVI, the Los Angeles Rams are riding high. Yesterday, the team paid a traditional visit to Disneyland in Anaheim to celebrate their major win over the Cincinnati Bengals, and tomorrow, they have a victory parade scheduled for 11:00 AM beginning at the Shrine Auditorium and Expo Hall in Los Angeles. The parade will make its way through the city, eventually culminating in a big party at the Peristyle of the Los Angeles Coliseum.

This parade will be the first time since the COVID-19 pandemic began that Los Angeles’ sports teams have been able to celebrate major victories in public. Both the Lakers and the Dodgers, the city’s basketball and baseball teams, respectively, had to keep their NBA Finals and World Series celebrations low-key due to pandemic restrictions. This is why Lakers star LeBron James has suggested that the Rams make a little extra room for the Lakers and the Dodgers at the parade, turning the event into an overall celebration of California sporting achievement.

“We, Dodgers and Rams should all do a joint parade together!!!! With a live concert afterward to end it!! City of Champions,” James tweeted.

Of course, this was just a suggestion, and at time of writing, no officials changes to the plans have been made. That said, several members of the Rams responded to James tweeted, all saying they would be happy to have the Lakers and Dodgers join them.

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