The Los Angeles Lakers may have the 5th worst bench points in the league, but they have something no other team has. The one and only Robert Sacre, who has inserted himself into every single play by just peer leading on the side lines. In just his first year in the NBA, he has outdone every single veteran hype men in the league, his enthusiasm always shined through even in the toughest L.A. losses (and there's a lot of them).
I know that by now, curiosity must be tingling through out your entire body. Dying to know where Robert Sacre got his dance moves from, so that you can start a new 2013 trend that will rid the magic in his peer leading. Well, the L.A. Times just saved us some trouble.
"I learned a little bit from Yosemite Sam," he said, referring to the cartoon outlaw from "Looney Tunes." "He has those guns shooting up in the air, but other than that, really I just freestyle and go with it and get super excited when they make a great play."From my dedicated research, his only other move were flailing karate chops. Not much different than his Yosemite Sam impression except for the amount of fingers extended. Personally, I think the finger guns should only be used on court after hitting a shot. Doing it on the bench is kind of pointless. Then again, Yosemite Sam was the not the most accurate gunslingers, so I guess it is kind of fitting in the situation that the Lakers are currently in.