Even though people are trying to get a sense of normalcy, there are still restrictions in place for different cities with the pandemic. Sports is back on, although there are very little fans who can be in the stands to witness the games. However, these sports are sticking to certain schedules and up next is the NBA All-Star Weekend, which, is happening in Atlanta in March. While some people may be hype, Atlanta Mayor Keisha Lance Bottoms said not to expect to come there for any parties. She said while they were excited to host the event, she said activities would be for television only and people shouldn't travel to Atlanta to party. According to ESPN, Lance-Bottoms said, "there are no NBA-sanctioned events open to the public" and that the city strongly encourages local businesses "not to host events in the city related to this game." Even LeBron James isn't hype about the weekend, considering the pandemic. According to The Jasmine Brand, James said, "I have zero energy and zero excitement about an All-Star Game this year. I don’t even understand why we’re having an All-Star Game. Short offseason for myself and my teammates. It was 71 days. And then coming into this season, we were told that we were not having an All-Star Game, so we’d have a nice little break." Basically, they are saying, don't come with all that b.s.