VIDEO: Jack Nicholson ‘Not Mad’ At State Of Los Angeles Lakers

Los Angeles Lakers super fan Jack Nicholson might be getting a little tired of making the trip to the Staples Center to watch a bad team. Nicholson is usually guaranteed to be one of the many famous faces sitting courtside at Lakers games throughout the NBA season, but this year, he prefers to watch from home.

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In a short interview with TMZ, Nicholson was asked about the Lakers and the storied franchise struggling over the last few years. Nicholson admitted to being not mad about the Lakers losing and that he is actually watching more games these days, but on television rather than courtside.

Nicholson was also asked about his season seats at Staples. Jack didn’t hesitate to say the following about his seats, “I’m always willing to sell them for cash at face value.”

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