Lakers News: Phil Jackson Throws Carmelo Through Moon Door

The another classic episode of Bleacher Report’s spoof, Game of Zones, has been released with Phil Jackson making an unforgettable appearance.

Unfortunately, Kobe Bryant didn’t show up in the second installment nor did any member of the Los Angeles Lakers, but it was classic regardless of Jackson making it all worthwhile. Even though the Black Mamba has yet to appear in the parody of HBO’s Game of Thrones from Bleacher Report, Jackson more than made up for the lack of Lakers with an unforgettable scene with Carmelo Anthony.

In a scene that goes along with an episode Game of Thrones from a few weeks ago, Jackson says the following before “Carmelo, after Sir Jordan I have only loved one player’s game… The Black Mamba.”

After declaring his love for Kobe’s game, Jackson pushes Anthony to throw the moon door to his death. Hilarious!

If you missed the first episode of Game of Zones, Lord Kupchak makes an appearance along with Jodie Meeks, Jordan Hill, Chris Kaman, and Wesley Johnson. Hilarity ensues.

Pat Riley also makes an appearance with LeBron James and Chris Bosh. Oh, and the San Antonio Spurs are fittingly cast as the White Walkers with Greg Popovich roaring at the end.

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