Red Hot Chili Peppers’ Flea Shows His Basketball Skills During The Lakers Game

Red Hot Chili Peppers bassist and huge Los Angeles Lakers fan Flea recently revealed his basketball talents during a Lakers game.

Apart from his love of music, Flea is also a big basketball fan. He is a passionate supporter of the Los Angeles Lakers, to the extent of having a tattoo on his arm saying, ‘Go Lakers!’ Moreover, Flea can often be seen watching Lakers games, sometimes with his bandmates, or performing the National Anthem before the games.

In his social media accounts, Flea often talks about how he admires the Lakers and follows the news about the basketball team. Claiming he’s been watching Lakers’ games for almost forty years, the bassist even considered buying Lakers’ stakes. So, it’s safe to say that Flea and LA Lakers are like two peas in a pod.

Describing himself as a ‘basketball coach,’ Flea has often shared what he thinks would be the best strategy for the team on his Twitter account. According to the Lakers beat reporter Kyle Goon’s recent tweet, it seems like the bassist also participated in the halftime skills challenge during a Lakers game to show how enthusiastic he is about basketball.

In the tweet, Kyle Goon stated that Flea didn’t get a high score, but it was pretty entertaining to watch the bassist try. Upon seeing this tweet and the video, Flea responded that he was ‘scared to death’ while playing. His fans showed the bassist some support in their tweets, saying it was a nice shot.

Kyle Goon’s tweet read:

“Lakers superfan Flea from the Red Hot Chili Peppers participated in the halftime skills challenge. Wasn’t a high score, but plenty of razzle-dazzle.

Upon seeing this, Flea tweeted:

Was scared to death!

You can check out the tweet below.