Well, NBA legend, LeBron James isn't having any of this and has taken a firm stand for his fans.
Keep scrolling to read more about the generous player, and to hear what he had to say about the proposed ban...
LeBron James is known for his iconic basketball career.
via: Getty ImagesThe thirty-five-year-old is widely regarded as one of the greatest basketball players of all-time through his sensational career with the Lakers.
But basketball is far from his only passion.
via: Getty ImagesJames is well immersed in the world of education and getting kids on the right track - using his influence for good.
And he's certainly not all talk...
But, without a doubt, James launched his biggest project 2 years ago.
James' I Promise School was originally designed to be an experiment.
The school is specifically catered to underprivileged children.
James' school provides free meals for the kids...
On top of that, all pupils receive a free bike when they arrive at the school.
At the time of the school's launch in 2018, James spoke out about the motivation behind the life-changing project.BBC. "No matter the good and the bad, you always want to be around that support system."
His own childhood experiences sparked the idea.
The basketball sensation has poured his heart and soul into the school.
However, the I Promise school is different from other institutions ran by celebrities...
Through this venture, the NBA star proved he's a role model both on and off the court.
via: Getty ImagesAnd he's truly gone above and beyond to be an inspirational figure in so many kids' lives.
LeBron has always been a man of the people...
via: GettyAnd, throughout years of major success, he has always remained grounded and stayed true to himself.
And he loves his fans.
via: GettySo much so that he has vowed to not play if the NBA bans fans from basketball matches.
His announcement comes amid the coronavirus crisis...
via: GettyWhere many major sporting events such as the Olympic Games are facing potential cancellation to avoid any further spread of the virus.
And, on Friday, the NBA hinted that they may need to play matches without fans present...
via: GettyJust to minimize the risk of contamination. They sent a memo to players which explained that fans may potentially be banned from coming to watch the matches from the courtside.
But James isn't having any of this...
via: GettyAnd has claimed that he will downright refuse to play if fans aren't allowed into the court.
James has said that he only plays for his fans...
via: GettyAnd that there would be no point him playing without them. Speaking to a Sports Center reporter, James said: “No, that’s impossible. I ain’t playing if I ain’t got the fans in the crowd. That’s who I play for. I play for my teammates, I play for the fans, that’s what it’s all about. If I show up to an arena and there ain’t no fans in there, I ain’t playing."
He doesn't care what the rest of the world is doing.
“We play games without the fans? Nah, that’s impossible. I ain’t playing, if I ain’t got the fans in the crowd, tha… https://t.co/8RAtLojaSV— SportsCenter (@SportsCenter)1583566522.0