Men’s basketball: Badgers livin’ the celeb life in LA but keeping up with studying

first_imgNone of them have a star on Hollywood’s Walk of Fame, but University of Wisconsin men’s basketball players sure have been living the high life on the Golden Coast.It all started Tuesday afternoon when senior forward Frank Kaminsky met actors Will Ferrell and John C. Reilly for a segment on “Access Hollywood.”So, this happened yesterday. Check out @FSKPart3’s interview with Will Ferrell tonight on @accesshollywood http://t.co/u1o27UKXlS— Wisconsin Basketball (@BadgerMBB) March 25, 2015 “Did we just become best friends?””Yup.” pic.twitter.com/YFo3hKV4Qh— Wisconsin Basketball (@BadgerMBB) March 24, 2015Then, “Entourage” creator and writer Doug Ellin and actor Jerry Ferrara stopped by Wisconsin’s practice.Welcome to the #Badgers entourage, @jerrycferrara & @mrdougellin. pic.twitter.com/Dyf1oxZOdV— Wisconsin Basketball (@BadgerMBB) March 25, 2015The team is also using the Los Angeles Lakers locker room at the Staples Center. Sophomore forward Nigel Hayes looked, um, excited to use Kobe Bryant’s locker.That moment when you find out you have @kobebryant’s locker… pic.twitter.com/EQjARhaNDk— Wisconsin Basketball (@BadgerMBB) March 25, 2015Kobe loved it.LOL @BadgerMBB best of luck to you guys! #MarchMadness— Kobe Bryant (@kobebryant) March 26, 2015It hasn’t been all fun and games for the Badgers, though. The team’s Twitter account posted that the team had a combined 22 exams to take while on the road.The Big Ten also announced its winter academic all-Big Ten honorees. Fifth-year senior forward Duje Dukan, sophomore forwards Vitto Brown and Nigel Hayes and redshirt freshman Aaron Moesch were on that list.last_img

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