Found July 12, 2013 on That NBA Lottery Pick:
PLAYERS: Baron Davis
TEAMS: New York Knicks
As I’ve looked through the history of That NBA Lottery Pick, this is the first time that we’ve ever talked about alien abduction on this website. Recently, former NBA star Baron Davis made a guest appearance on a popular podcast called “The Champs” which is hosted by comedians, Neal Brennan and Moshe Kasher. During the episode, Baron talked about a trip that he took recently from Las Vegas to Los Angeles and gave the details of his “alien abduction”: Someone call, Mulder and Scully! *** Baron Davis says he was abducted by aliens [Deadspin] Baron Davis image courtesy of Getty Images
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