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27 April 2009

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Anderson

Like WHOA
You don't see that in professional basketball every dayt.

Unfortunately!

Antwan

yes daddy yes

soulbrotha

Well, the announcer did say it was a "clutch" play! :D

Derrick from Philly

I'd rather he would "moon" the other team or the audience or the TV cameras...anybody.

Well, boys will be boys...well into their sixties. Then they get religion and condemn homos...still be grabbin' their crutch though to see if the Viagra is working.

Ralph Davis

Ain't nothing wrong with checking the equipment every now and then, if you nahmean.

And why have I never seen or heard of this fine, fine man?

R.O.

Rod, great find! You and your site are amazing. Always something different and exciting. That's why your blog is always the first one that I read in the morning. (mediatakeout is the second one...don’t hold that against me, it is a guilty pleasure that makes me laugh, ok.)

Anyway, thanks for this “stimulating” “info” and for all of the hard work that you put in to making our days just a little bit more enjoyable on a daily basis!

ATLboi

I saw the game Sunday. When he grab it, he held on to it for VERY long time. I was sure the correspondents were going to say something. He was really feeling himself! Him and Derrick are the two hot players of the team.

Seven

Wow. Gave me a 7.5 pointer just watching it.

Wiley

Now that's hot!

Dre

I didn't notice the gesture. I was upst over the outcome. U know I was pulling for Stephon Marbury and The Celts. I did notice Ben's tight body though.

Cincy

Good lawd that man is built in "all" the right places

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