Found October 14, 2011 on
The NBA lockout has forced players to do a lot of things, from considering overseas options to playing in charity games to ... selling chicken wings? According to a report from Business Insider, Milwaukee Bucks forward Drew Gooden has signed a multi-unit franchise agreement with national hot wings chain Wingstop. The plan is to open four restaurants in Orlando over the next few years. "With the lockout, a lot of us are thinking about our future and looking for new business and investment opportunities," Gooden says in a statement. "I've been a big fan of Wingstop for years, so this...
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