NBA rookie Kyle Kuzma was interviewed on ESPN Los Angeles 710 the day after he dropped a career-high 38 points in the Lakers’ win over the Rockets. After answering basketball questions, the Michigan native was asked about his relationship with fellow rook Lonzo Ball.
That led to a question about whether In-N-Out is better than Whataburger, since recently Kuzma and Ball shared something on social media from a fast food drive-thru.
To the dismay of ESPN’s Ramona Shelburne and John Ireland, Kuzma, who added that he has eaten at In-N-Out about 10 times, said:.
“I think that Whataburger is better. It’s a bigger burger, the fries are better. I’ve seen that debate multiple times, but I’m going with Whataburger.”.
As someone who was born and has lived in California for most of my life, I will love In-N-Out forever, and agree with Shelburne and Ireland: It’s the greatest. However, I also understand that it’s extremely overhyped. I don’t have many out-of-state friends who enjoy the West Coast burger chain as much as I do.
Not everyone will call their first time having In-N-Out “a life-changing experience” like former LA Galaxy midfielder Steven Gerrard did. It’s sad but true.
But when it comes to the In-N-Out vs. Whataburger debate, I can’t argue too much. I’ve only had Whataburger once in my entire life so far.
So, what do you think?
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