Jordan Clarkson Talks About Kobe’s Final Game on Skee TV

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| June 2nd, 2016 | 1,515 Views

Check out Lakers future star Jordan Clarkson and his knees on an upcoming episode of Fuse’s Skee TV with DJ Skee.

In the short clip, Clarkson talks about his upcoming JC6 Basketball camp (June 6-9) in Cali and the surreal feeling of playing in Kobe’s final game. I’m not even sure I should say “play” since he and his teammates barely put up any shots and felt guilty about the ones they did – with the exception of Clarkson’s final dunk in the game, which also happens to be the final assist and play of Kobe Bryant’s career.

See more of Jordan Clarkson’s interview with DJ Skee when you tune-in to SKEE TV this Friday, June 3 at 10pm ET/PT on FUSE.





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