Yes, there was an earlier thread about this, but that one assumed that there would be no professional sports after early April. In light of both the NBA and NHL completing their seasons, MLB having its World Series (barring a major catastrophe), and pro golf and tennis pretty much finishing their seasons, who should be the 2020 Sports Illustrated Sportsperson of the Year?
My current choice: it depends on who wins the World Series.
If the Dodgers win: in light of the Dodgers’ first title in over 30 years and the Lakers’ first title in 10, Anthony Davis (who finally has a title) and somebody from the Dodgers. I leave out LeBron as he has already won this twice.
If the Dodgers lose: Davis, and (as a tribute) Kobe Bryant.
It could go to something like “the virtual/cardboard fan” or “the empty seat”, or someone who did a lot for his community in light of COVID-19, but if it’s a Dodgers/Lakers share, they may take that into account when choosing one of the recipients.