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Kenyon Martin, Trend Setter
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Folks, I thought this little trope of mine had run its course. I thought I had seen, then looked as far away and as quickly as humanly possible, all that there was to see. I haven't added a new guy for the collection in a while, and I've been going pretty much every other day in 2013. (Not bragging, just OCD. Anyway.)
And then, I saw him.
I'm going to give you the full experience here, because I think that just adds to The Funny, and well, it also explains me breaking a real miss here. In locker rooms, one generally looks at other people just long enough to ensure that you are not breaking any rules of proximity, and to make sure that your stuff is secure. Taking a second look at anyone or anything is not nice at the least, and downright wrong at the worst. Nothing good can come of it.
And yet, there he was. Sideways to my view, naked as the day he was born, a reasonably fit guy in his late 50s / early 60s, wi...
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Los Angeles Clippers center Ryan Hollins thought he got a quick one in last night against the Houston Rockets when he kicked Jeremy Lin in the stomach, but he was caught red footed. Check out the video below of Hollins giving Lin the boot to the stomach and then holding his hands up like he didn't do anything. Check out our Home Page for more stories and follow us on Twitter and Facebook
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Ryan Hollins of the Los Angeles Clippers may regret this spur of the moment decision during their game against the Houston Rockets on Wednesday night. Hollins was frustrated and as Lin took a tumble in front of him, he used the moment to blatantly kick Lin. Ryan, you can expect a call from Mr. Stern’s office today.
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