Found September 12, 2012 on
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Above is a photo of Denver Nuggets center JaVale McGee posing for a photo with the sole person who took him up on his offer Monday for free lunch to the first ten of his Twitter followers at a Denver-area Chipotle. Yep, only one person showed up. For some reason or another known only to [...]
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Denver Nuggets center JaVale McGee had his heart in the right place when he offered free Chipotle to 10 of his Twitter followers. Sadly, things didn't go as planned.
JaVale McGee threw a Chipotle party this week. He invited all of his fans from Twitter, and was prepared to buy burritos for everybody. Then one person total showed up and awkwardness ensued.
That one person also later admitted that McGee is only one of his favorite Nuggets. Not the favorite, after he just bought dude lunch, one of his favorites.
The following from Deadspin...
Since the rise of the Twittersphere, athletes have used the social networking site to reach out to their fans and back on Tuesday, Nuggers center JaVale McGee tried to buy some of his followers some lunch at the popular Mexican restaurant, Chipotle.McGee tweeted that the first ten followers of his to make it to a specific Chipotle franchise in Denver would get the free meal.Sadly...
Denver Nuggets center JaVale McGee offered to buy ten of his fans a free Chipotle burrito, but only one person showed up.
McGee tweeted out saying, “1st 10 people who meet me at chipotle in 5 mins get free meals! #OMM the one in Denver on 16th!”
But only one person showed up, according to Mile High Sports.
The one guy was Andy Mathisen, who thanked McGee for the free burrito...
The official NBA 2K13 trailer has Denver Nuggets‘ JaVale McGee throwing an alley-oop to himself in grand fashion. Enjoy (it’s at the :50 mark)!
Remember when all the bevy of NBA players where in China this off-season? Well, Andre Iguodala was one of those and here is at a skills camp in Jinan teaching and coaching players. Just look at his vertical.
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NBA championship teams are almost always stacked with superstars. It’s a league of star players, and it looks like that won’t change any time soon.
Years ago, it was the Celtics and Lakers squads that ran out teams full of Hall of Famers competing against each other for championships every year.
Now, it’s not much different....