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Thursday, December 23, 2010

Add Lebron To the "No Games On Christmas" List

First it was coaching legend Phil Jackson and now Lebron James has spoken on Christmas Day games and well, he doesn't like them either.

LeBron is not the Grinch.
Lebron was quoted "If you ask any player in the league, we'd rather be home with our families," James said. "I think the people that even set the games up would rather be home with their family during this day. It's not just a regular holiday. It's definitely one of those days that you wish you could wake up in the morning with the kids and open up presents."

Well now how would Christmas be WITHOUT NBA games? We'd die here at Frontpage without games on Christmas. It's just the way it is and we hope that the league continues to play on Christmas Day. Now maybe not five games but at least two. A good East coast tilt and a good West coast tilt. Heck the arena is still gonna fill up and the ratings are still going to be there. Heck if the arenas were empty and the ratings were down then maybe there would be a chance of no games.

The news came down today that ratings so far this season are up almost 30% on both of the major cable networks that carry the NBA so it's safe to say the ratings will be up and as long as they are on Christmas day, games will be played, attended and watched.To some going to an NBA game on Christmas maybe the best present, were just saying.

So how do you feel about Christmas Day Games in the NBA?