Kurt Rambis

One of my nicknames when I played for the Lakers was Superman. Not because of my ability, but because of those big, black Clark Kent glasses. I wore them every time I played from the seventh grade through 14 seasons in the NBA. Dr. Andrew Caster performed Lasik surgery on me, and I haven’t had to break out my playing glasses since. But every couple of days, I still have people come up to me and say, “Hey, didn’t you used to wear glasses?” Sometimes, I miss the glasses. Now I don’t have an excuse if I miss a layup when I’m playing with my kids.


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