One of the most recognized actors in Hollywood, Kevin Bacon has chosen a bizarre frame and story to celebrate the NBA championship of the Los Angeles Lakers.
The remainder of the season in the NBA, the playoffs, and the final series took place at Disney in Orlando called The Bubble. All matches were played without spectators and a perfect quarantine was applied as a part of the coronavirus measure.
As you all know, Kevin Bacon loves basketball games and he often goes to the NBA games before the coronavirus pandemic. But he had to watch the playoffs and the final series like other people from home. Despite everything, he seems to have followed the final series well.
Following the success of the Los Angeles Lakers, the 62-year-old actor took to Instagram to share a rare frame of himself and Oscar-winning actor Leonardo DiCaprio. Actors Leonardo DiCaprio and Kevin Bacon attend Game Five of the Western Conference Semifinals during the 2009 NBA Playoffs at Staples Center on May 12, 2009, in Los Angeles, California.
As you might see in the photo, Houston Rockets player Brent Barry nearly knocked Leo’s head off as he dived into the crowd. But Kevin Bacon seemed very calm in this situation.
In the caption area of the post, Bacon said that he was riveted about this season in the Bubble while unearthing the moment that Leo was nearly injured in the game.
Here’s what he said:
“Please enjoy this shot of Leonardo DiCaprio and me from another game long before the bubble. This was such an exciting season. I was riveted. Not just by the game but by the way the players stood up and embraced the movement and used their voices. Congrats to the Lakers.”
See the Instagram post below.
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Please enjoy this shot of @leonardodicaprio and me from another game long before the bubble. This was such an exciting season. I was riveted. Not just by the game but by the way the players stood up and embraced the movement and used their voices. Congrats to the @lakers!