I could be a little salty because my home team, Miami Heat lost in the finals to the L.A. Lakers on Sunday night 106-93. But I am not upset. To be honest, I didn't think the Heat would get that far. But the Lakers took the title for the 2020 NBA Championships. And it makes it even special because this year Kobe Bryant passed away and this was the first championship game in 10 years for the Lakers. LeBron James definitely wanted to do that for Kobe! The entire team wanted that win for Kobe! But while the team is celebrating as well as the fans, as far as a public celebration for the team, like the victory parade, it will be postponed because of COVID-19. According to TMZ, L.A. County and City officials have been working with team honchos to find a safe way for the team and their fans to have a victory celebration in the wake of their 17th franchise title, but safely. There was even an idea of an "in-car" celebration with people in their cars on the route cheering on the team, but that seems like it would be a little difficult to pull off. But clearly, the city would like to celebrate the old way, with a parade, but can't until County and City officials give the all-clear.