Found March 30, 2013 on The Victory Formation:
Nobody has too much information on the man who referred to as ‘Worldwide Wes.’ William Wesley has been known to rub elbows with anyone and everyone. While the man is an employee for Creative Artist Agency, we aren’t quite sure what is job is. He’s close with Michael Jordan, LeBron James, Allen Iverson and Richard Hamilton, and many other players in the NBA. He seemingly is close with college basketball coaches and even some players, which is why the NCAA was on high-alert when they learned he was in town of the Midwest Regional. As Dan Wolken of USA Today tells it, security was instructed to keep Wesley away from all credentialed areas, which would bar him from just about any direct contact with the players and the coaches: “We were told not to let him in,” said one female security guard, who declined to give her name to USA TODAY Sports. Asked for clarification, her immediate supervisor in the area responded with “No comment.” According to Deadspin, a photocopied picture of Wesley was given to staff members, and he in fact ended up escorted out the building as seen in the picture below. Wesley is the man looking at [...]
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