Netease Sports reported on October 29:
Since the NBA began to discuss the Christmas rematch plan, many players have voiced opposition. Lakers veterans Green and Dudley have expressed their attitude of not wanting to play in December, and hinted that LeBron James will definitely not play by then.
Not long ago, some media also broke the news that many star players, including LeBron, have opposed the December rematch. And today, Mitchell, the head of the players union-
Roberts said: "The union and the players are still analyzing all aspects of information and are not in a hurry to make a rematch decision. We have requested and obtained data from all parties and will give a plan as soon as possible. I think it is unlikely that there will be a result on Friday."
"Our players have encountered great challenges this summer. In order to save the season, they took a great health risk, left their families and communities, lived in isolation for several months, and suffered bad news from the epidemic every day. But they insisted on abiding by the rules, gave us wonderful performances, and ended the season. It is understood that their efforts have brought 1.5 billion additional income to the NBA, which is also the owner’s enjoyment of."
Mitchell said that now the league’s requirement for players to “pack up for training camp again after only a month’s rest” is unreasonable.
"Considering that we have to solve so many problems before December 22, plus the financial risks of postponing the season, it is impossible to negotiate results in such a short time. Our players should get more space and time. Plan. For the alliance