Jack Nicholson has finally had enough. The most loyal of the famous Lakers fans is starting to lose his devotion to the purple and yellow. In an interview with TMZ, Nicholson said he's going to fewer games, watching more on television, and said he's willing to sell his season tickets (game by game) at face value.
Of course, Jack's 77, so getting out to games is probably getting to be more and more of a chore, and he did say he's "always" willing to sell his tickets for face value. The New York Post found them going for a little over $6,200 a piece. Nicholson has been a staple at Staples for decades, chatting up players and always part of the celebrity fan montage networks show during the games in Hollywood.
The Lakers are 14-41 with the third-worst point differential in the league.
No word on whether Andy Garcia is still hanging around.