Red Hot Chili Peppers’ ‘Coach’ Flea Shares His Philosophy To Succeed In The NBA Playoffs

According to one of his recent tweets, Red Hot Chili Peppers bassist Flea, who is known as one of the biggest fans of the Los Angeles Lakers, has given an insight into his philosophy for success in the NBA Playoffs while calling himself a ‘coach.’

It has been known that the bassist of Red Hot Chili Peppers Flea is an avid LA Lakers admirer and he does not hesitate to tell every time possible that he loves Lakers with all of his heart. He tries to catch up with all of the games and follows all of the news concerning the successful basketball team. Flea defines basketball as an art, and is a big-time fan enough to have a tattoo on his arm saying ‘Go Lakers!’

Recently, concerning the NBA Playoffs, he revealed his strategy for the team to succeed and avoid injuries as a response to the tweets of the sportscaster Chris Williamson and the rapper Chuck D. The ‘coach,’ as he called himself, explained his philosophy as pounding the ball down low, developing a great half-court strategy, and then controlling the tempo of the game ignoring the trends.

Flea’s tweet read:

“Be the team that doesn’t suffer injuries in the playoffs? Pound the ball down low, develop a great half-court strategy and control the tempo of the game. Ignore the trends. I know there was no time off because of the bubble but that is coach Flea’s philosophy.

You can see the tweet below.