Respect Magazine’s Brandon ‘Scoop B’ Robinson chatted with Syracuse, NY’s 1260 AM The Score’s “Bud and The Manchild Show” about the Los Angeles Lakers and more.
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The Los Angeles Lakers and Philadelphia 76ers played a thriller last night at Wells Fargo Arena in Philadelphia, PA. Sixers big man Joel Embiid flashed a magnificent 46 point and 15 rebound outing for Philadelphia.
Ultimately, the night belonged to Lakers forward Brandon Ingram who drilled a game winner with 3 seconds left, courtesy of a crisp pass by his Lakers teammate, Lonzo Ball.
It was a joy to see Brandon Ingram nail one of the biggest shots of his young career. He grew up liking Kobe Bryant. “My impression of Kobe is just his drive,” Ingram once told me.
Though Ingram was born in 1997, a year after The Mamba’s rookie year, he has fond memories of Bryant and the Lakers last championship run. “Everyone talks about how he works out, his work ethic, and that’s something that I eventually want to get to,” he said.
“Of course, and just want to talk with him and try to learn what he did to try to be what he is today.”
Prior to last night’s game I discussed both teams with “Bud and the Manchild” while also navigating through the rest of the NBA’s landscape. Click here to listen.
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