Found June 21, 2012 on Busted Coverage:
TEAMS: Miami Heat

For those not in the know, Micky Arison owns the Miami Heat. He thought it would be funny last night to tweet out this shot of Dan Le Batard’s huge (we assume) hairy ass during his hotel bodypaint session. Last shot of Dan’s ass, we promise.

In NBA news, the Heat are -3.5 tonight. Suggestion here is to jump all over that number. LeBron gets his first ring after the Thunder collapse late in the 4th. Heat win by seven and go straight to Club Liv.

Let’s get rolling!


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