Los Angeles’ Drew League may bring some star power to their hotly-anticipated rematch with Washington, D.C.’s Goodman League, seeking the services of Los Angeles Lakers superstar Kobe Bryant.

Drew League commissioner Dino Smiley told the AFRO Aug. 20 that a rematch of the two streetball leagues has been scheduled for Sept. 10 in Los Angeles.

But Smiley appeared to be taking extra measures to ensure his team doesn’t lose that game. According to The Los Angeles Times, Drew League officials met with Bryant Aug. 24 to request his services for the big game.

The L.A.-based community basketball league didn’t have enough scoring power to match the Goodman League’s Kevin Durant, as the 2-time NBA scoring champ dropped 44 points to help Goodman win the first game, 135-134, on Aug. 20 Bryant could be the difference-maker; he scored 34 points and hit the game-winning shot in a Drew League game earlier in August.

Fred Smith, a Drew League official who helped organize the first game, told the Times that they’re working on locking Bryant down, but said it won’t be easy given the short notice.

“We only have three weeks and I think it’s going to be challenging, honestly,” Smith said. “But we’ll see what we can do.”

Smiley told the AFRO that, if the Goodman League wins the rematch, he’ll strongly consider bringing the Drew League back to D.C. at a future date to play the Goodman League “Inside da Gates” at the Barry Farms Community basketball court in Southeast D.C.