Magic Johnson has no designs to watch “Winning Time” — a new HBO present, that chronicles the private and skilled life of the 1980s Lakers.
When questioned if he’s psyched for the March 2022 debut of “The Increase Of The Lakers Dynasty” drama series, the NBA terrific explained to TMZ, “Hmm, no.”
Johnson, who performed 13 seasons for the Lakers, led Los Angeles to 5 championships in the ’80s alongside NBA icon Kareem Abdul-Jabbar.
In the forthcoming HBO series, Johnson is played by Quincy Isaiah, and Dr. Solomon Hughes portrays Abdul-Jabbar.
“Well, like I said, I’m not seeking forward to it. I’ll depart it at that,” Johnson claimed.
Johnson explained to TMZ that he’s concentrated on “different exhibits coming out” about the storied franchise.
“Well I received a single, then Jeannie Buss acquired 1 on Showtime coming out. People are the kinds I’m wanting forward to,” he mentioned.
HBO launched the very first trailer for “Winning Time: The Increase Of The Lakers Dynasty” previously this month. It is centered on Jeff Pearlman’s non-fiction ebook, “Showtime: Magic, Kareem, Riley, and the Los Angeles Lakers Dynasty of the 1980s.”