Originally written on NBA 24/7 365  |  Last updated 11/17/14
Kenyon

So, you spent your Sunday night watching the Nuggets blow a variety of opportunities as they ultimately fell into a 1-3 hole in their first-round series against the Lakers.  Despite the unfortunate outcome (you’re not rooting for the Lakers), I feel like you saw a pretty entertaining game.  As dramatic as the finish was, it was actually the second quarter that I found to be especially exciting.  That’s when JaVale McGee unintentionally hurdled Andrew Bynum and a crazed fan who was allegedly in search of Kenyon Martin stormed onto the Pepsi Center floor.

The following via Marc J. Spears of Yahoo.com…

Sources tell @YahooSports say they believe the girl that ran on floor in Denver was the same one that stalked Kenyon Martin in his DEN days.

Sources also tell also tell @YahooSports the woman was screaming: “Where is Kenyon?” to @denvernuggets bench before running on floor.

Sources say a woman stalked KMart in Nugs days despite never meeting him and once came on floor at a practice to get near b4 being grabbed.

Obviously, this young woman is a little too desperate to have her lips be the next to get tattooed on Kenyon Martin’s neck.  That being said, I’ll give her props for somehow managing to get a courtside seat for an NBA game that took place in a building she’d allegedly been banned from (according to TNT, this girl was banished from the Pepsi Center years ago).  How the hell did she do that?  Just goes to show you that if there’s a will, there truly is a way.

I’d say the young lady needs to start doing her homework, though.  How can you stalk a player so persistently but not know what team he plays for?  That’s just poor stalking.

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