Dance-Off Round Two: Robert Sacre vs Warriors’ Kent Bazemore

It seems as though Sacre has yet another contender trying to claim his Cheer King throne. According to Ball Don’t Lie, “California’s other NBA team has an energetic end-of-the-bench champion all its own.” His name is Kent Bazemore, a 6’5” guard who has only played 28 minutes of floor time for the Golden State Warriors this year.

Sacre has been the Lakers cheerleader this season, often times bringing light to bleek games.

So I want to know, if Robert Sacre and Kent Bazemore had a dance-off, who would win?

Need a refresher of contestant #1? Back in November, Serena Winters asked the question, “who has the better celebration dance, Robert Sacre, or former Lakers player Ronny Turiaf?” This contest was a hard one for me to answer, as it was more a battle of old-school vs new-age.

You May Also Like

Lakers News: Lamar Odom Tells Story Of How He Got Championship Rings Back After Auctioning Them

Some of the unsung heroes in Los Angeles Lakers franchise history are the players who accepted their role and maximized…

Kobe Bryant Offers Guidance To Lakers Brass: ‘I’m Always A Phone Call Away’

Following the meeting between Los Angeles Lakers president Jeanie Buss and Hall of Famer Magic Johnson earlier this week, the speculation has run rampant about potential changes on the horizon for the storied franchise…

Kobe Bryant’s Message To D’Angelo Russell: ‘You Can Learn From Anybody You Play’

The Los Angeles Lakers faced one of their toughest opponents on Friday night when they hosted the 38-6 San Antonio Spurs…

Byron Scott On Kobe Bryant, LeBron James: ‘I Don’t Know If It’s A Real Rivalry’

Kobe Bryant and LeBron James squared off for the final time as the Los Angeles Lakers fell to the Cleveland Cavaliers, 120-108…