“While a list of a cast members bounced around the Internet earlier this year, our source confirms to us that of that list, Scottie Pippin’s wife, Larsa, and former L.A. Laker/Miami Heat player Glen Rice’s ex-wife, Christy, will both be on the show. Other names in the mix? Art scene socialite Adriana Sidi, Venue Magazine editor Alexia Echeverria, public relations expert Marysol Patton, drag queen of South Beach Elaine Lancaster and charity planner Lea Black, wife of famous defense attorney Roy Black.”—
“remember clarence weatherspoon?
poor mans vin baker?
rich mans ron ‘popeye’ jones?
white mans ron seikley?
jewish mans kevin youkilis?
i think i got those last two backwards
look at this fucking hoopster”—William Wallace
SLAM: As an Auburn alum, what are your thoughts on Charles Barkley’s admission that he took agent money while he played there?
MD: Charles is always gonna be Charles. He says what people wanna hear and need to hear. Charles is a great friend. I still remember the first time I met Charles. The school was retiring his jersey and he came into the locker room and said to us: “This is my day, don’t fuck it up.”
SLAM: Sounds like the Chuckster. What’s something else you remember his saying to you about playing in the League?
MD: He told me to never be a “What if” guy. Never say “what if” about how you played the game. Always go hard. Always play hard. So when you look at yourself in the mirror each night, you never had to say what if.
According to the SEC, Cuban agreed not to share any information before Mamma.com chief executive Guy Faure told him in a phone call that the company planned to raise money through a private stock offering. The complaint says Cuban became angry because he said the plan would hurt his stock’s value and ended the call by saying, ”Well, now I’m screwed. I can’t sell.”
The SEC alleges that Cuban sold his 600,000 shares, or 6.3 percent stake in the company, before the announcement of the private offering.
Uh Oh Mark. Shoulda watched Wall Street in the 80’s.
“We’re hungry. I know I am, as much as anybody else is. And you know Kobe is. Kobe’s after something, I don’t even know what it is. I think he’s after stardom on Pluto or something. Pluto’s not even a planet no more, which I’m very disturbed about. I grew up when Pluto was a planet. Now, I’m 25, I turn around and Pluto’s no longer a planet. I’m going to elbow that guy in the nose. I love Pluto. Everybody loves Pluto. There’s a dog named Pluto in the cartoons. I don’t know how we got on that subject. We’ve got to see if we can get Pluto back.”—
The heat dance team is absolutely aghast at the treatment Lebron has received and they’re tending to his hurt ego with frequent back rubs and the occasional whispered “you’ll be fine baby, don’t even put on that condom.”