Snoop Dogg has many talents. Besides the booth, Snoop has impressed with his sports broadcasting skills in the past, including his performance at Mike Tyson's 2020 rematch against Roy Jones Jr.
NBC sportscaster Bob Costas recently linked up with West Coast legend Snoop Dogg at the studio, and a clip surfaced of the two recalling 90's basketball where Michael Jordan reigned supreme, as well as how the current generation of players differ from their predecessors.
“There’s some stuff now that’s great like Steph Curry and Ja Morant, but the teams, they’re not the same,” Costas claims in regards to the player mobility happening in the NBA.
“They’re not the same, they’re friends. Big difference,” Snoop explains when it comes to superstars looking to team up for a championship. “They like, ‘Nah, I can’t win with him, [so] I’m gonna go play with him and him.”
Despite being an die hard Los Angeles Lakers fan, Snoop Dogg has taken shots at players like Anthony Davis, calling him "soft" last month after unfollowing the often-injured Lakers player on Instagram.
“That n-gga [Anthony Davis] get hurt every time he go for a rebound, layup, rebound,” Snoop said of AD. “I ain’t got nothing to say to that n-gga. That n-gga unfollowed me on Instagram. I called him a ‘hoe-ass n-gga, soft, you too big to be playing in the middle.’ That n-gga unfollowed me.”