Has there ever been a more incredible month in Los Angeles sports? The Los Angeles Lakers took down the Miami Heat & won their first championship since 2010 and the Los Angeles Dodgers won their first championship since the 1988 season.
The one question on everyones mind in Los Angeles is when is the celebration going to happen? It looks like Mayor Eric Garcetti is already starting to throw out some ideas on how to work this out. L.A. mayor Eric Garcetti mentions Griffith Park as a possible location to host, via Bill Shaikin of the L.A. Times:
“I definitely intend to have the opportunity for Angelenos to celebrate the Lakers and, on their own day, the Dodgers,” Mayor Eric Garcetti told The Times.
How those celebrations might take place is uncertain, with social distancing still mandated as the coronavirus continues its significant spread throughout Southern California. One idea Garcetti threw out: a hilltop reign at Griffith Park. “Stick them up at the observatory,” he said, “and watch them preside over the town as champions.”
Whenever this parade happens, Los Angeles will be out in full force to celebrate in title town.
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