You know things have gotten bad for the Los Angeles Lakers when Jack Nicholson, a courtside staple at Lakes games for decades, leaves a prime time matchup early.
But even Nicholson couldn't handle the beatdown of his squad by the Oklahoma City Thunder on Friday. So with the Lakers down by 22 midway through the fourth quarter, Nicholson shuffled out of the Staples Center.
After waving good-bye to ESPN's Jeff Van Gundy, Nicholson made his way out. Naturally, Adam Sandler followed.
And if Kobe Bryant had his way, he'd probably be right behind Nicholson and Sandler.
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