Bryan Cranston Attends Sixers Game, Wants to Watch Embiid ‘COOK'

If there's anybody that can appreciate a good (scientific) process, it's Walter White.

Bryan Cranston, the man who played Heisenberg on AMC's hit TV show Breaking Bad, was in attendance at Wednesday night's Sixers game against the San Antonio Spurs. Cranston was sitting with M. Night Shyamalan who has become something of a fixture court side at Sixers games this season.

Cranston was seen enjoying himself during the game when he had some fun with Tony Parker. But it was his post game Instagram showing that was the most hilarious.

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Joel Embiid posted a photo with the caption that read: "Heisenberg talking about how he wants to see me COOK on the court.. He for sure trusts the process... #BreakingBad #TheProcess #LetsCook"

It was also tagged with the location being "Albuquerque, New Mexico," the location Breaking Bad took place in.

Cranston has some fans on the team as well. Jahlil Okafor told reporters following the game that he's currently binge-watching Breaking Bad and is on Season 5.

Hardcore fans of the show and Philly sports will likely remember that Cranston's character was almost made to be a Phillies fan. That may have made him too unlikable. 

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