The Lakers have won the 2020 NBA Championship at the ESPN Wide World of Sports Complex in Walt Disney World. To celebrate, Walt Disney World lit up Cinderella Castle in Magic Kingdom in Lakers purple and gold, commemorating the championship and the NBA’s successful completion of their season.
- The completion of the season marked a remarkable collaboration between the NBA and Walt Disney World Cast Members.
- In July, the NBA resumed its season with 22 teams competing for a spot in the NBA Playoffs.
- After 3 months and 205 total games at ESPN Wide World of Sports Complex, the NBA Finals concluded tonight.
ICYMI – More Walt Disney World news:
- Walt Disney World is undergoing a great deal of changes as the resort prepares for its 50th anniversary in 2021. New attractions, construction projects and some more general sprucing up can be seen in all four parks. Among those projects is a new paint job on the Magic Kingdom toll plaza.
- Mickey Mouse attended game 5 of the NBA Finals as a “virtual fan” at the ESPN Wide World of Sports Complex at Walt Disney World Resort.
- Mira, the title character of the new Disney Junior show Mira, Royal Detective, made her Disney Parks debut today when she made a special guest appearance in the Disney Junior Stars Motorcade at Disney's Hollywood Studios.
- Guests visiting Disney’s Hollywood Studios can find some delicious new food offerings at the recently reopened ABC Commissary and Hollywood & Vine.