VIDEO: Flames' Jiri Hudler crashes Los Angeles Lakers practice
Calgary Flames forward Jiri Hudler crashed the LA Lakers' practice in Philadelphia Friday while wearing full hockey gear, sans skates.
The Calgary Flames and Los Angeles Lakers are both visiting Philadelphia. Both also had practice on Friday. With the Lakers occupying the hardwood inside Wells Fargo Center, Flames forward Jiri Hudler decided to crash, while in full gear sans skates.
Here's Hudler practicing his free throws with Lakers coach Larry Lewis.
The 5-foot-10 Hudler is a native of the Czech Republic and based on his shooting, I'm unsure they have hoops there. CSN Philadelphia caught the video, thankfully of the Flames' forward's best attempts at the net.
You have to love the effort there. Terrible execution, but love the effort.
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