NBA Champion Shawn Marion of the Dallas Mavericks recently announced his reality show that he was taping called “The Ladies in My Life” , a show surrounding him and the women of influence around him ( Yuup exactly like the T.O. Show but we won’t shade him right now). Anyways, he brought the cameras to a pool party he threw where he showcased the NBA Championship Trophy around.
Are the multiple trophies tho? Because this damn trophy has been to the club at Liv, in the hands of Young Money, in the bathroom with Marc Cuban, and now at a Shawn Marion’s pool party. Oh. Okay.
Guess it’s okay to mock players on the other team AFTER you have won the finals. Not much has been said about Tyson Chandler’s mockery of Lebron James, however, the same can’t be said about Lebron and Wade who mocked Dirk before game 5.
It’s been no secret that Deshawn Stevenson and Lebron James don’t care for each other much. All post season, Deshawn has shared his public dislike for Lebron and in no surprise is this TShirt that Stevenson was caught showing off post NBA Finals.
I couldn’t agree more with the statements made in this video. Birdman bet $2million AGAINST the Mavs and both him and Lil Wayne complained earlier in the season how they spend so much money to sit courtside to not be acknowledged by Wade or Lebron.
These guys are the perfect example of BANDWAGON Heat fans.
There were tweets going around that mentioned Heat players being at Liv on Sunday after the Game 6 loss to the Dallas Mavericks. We know Mark Cuban and the rest of the Dallas Mavericks paraded their championship trophy that night and balled out with 5 foot bottles of Grey Goose, but that’s what Champions are allowed to do.
These guys on this Heat team, are like no other. Having played basketball for many years myself, you take some time to reflect after a big loss. That LAST thing you do is party, especially witht he team that just sent you fishing.
Now it didn’t happen if there aren’t any pictures, but word of mouth is saying that there were indeed Heat players in the building. What does this say about the Miami Heat? Is it even worth mentioning? Did they really take this serious?