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PostPosted: Fri Jan 19, 2007 10:12 am
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battousai wrote:
man, Yao needs to tap some asses while he's on the road. His teammates need to take Yao to a stripclub or some fine parties like the playboy mansion.

Ye Li can be the wife, but Yao will need mistresses.


Last year I read in the Chronicle how Yao never went out on the road. He would call Room Service for his meals and play video games all of the time. It was Mutombo who convinced him to get out more while on the road. Yao at least goes out to restaurants to get something to eat. One step at a time.


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PostPosted: Fri Jan 19, 2007 11:03 am
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hum...room service ha. I am thinking Yao might of been calling escort services, then deke told him those are trash and he needs to follow the big bro to the real africa jungle.


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PostPosted: Fri Jan 19, 2007 9:29 pm
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battousai wrote:
hum...room service ha. I am thinking Yao might of been calling escort services, then deke told him those are trash and he needs to follow the big bro to the real africa jungle.


Every NBA city they go to there are plenty of hos just wanting to get their azz tapped by an NBA player so they can get pregnant and get millions just for child support. Just ask the Reign Man, Shawn Kemp, and Calvin Murphy, who got plenty of hos pregnant and had to pay the price! H-Town and the ATL has the best HOS and get the most money from the players!


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PostPosted: Fri Jan 19, 2007 10:07 pm
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Article from GQ Magazine

By Lisa DePaulo; Interview by Kyla Jones

There are groupies, and then there are Groupies. The first divide is those who will admit it


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PostPosted: Mon Jan 22, 2007 6:21 am
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great article, but hoping more detail info on the players.


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PostPosted: Mon Jan 22, 2007 10:35 am
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battousai wrote:
great article, but hoping more detail info on the players.


http://sportsillustrated.cnn.com/features/1998/weekly/980504/insidelook.html

Who Is Your Daddy?

This Week's SI: An Inside Look
Posted: Wed April 29, 1998


CNN/SI's Paul Crane summarizes this week's Sports Illustrated cover story and interviews SI Senior Editor Sandy Bailey. The magazine reaches subscribers and is available on newsstands beginning April 29.

Nearly one-third of all children in this country are born to unwed mothers. But this week, Sports Illustrated reports that among professional athletes out-of-wedlock births are epidemic. And of athletes in the major sports leagues, those in the NBA appear to have the greatest number of cases. According to SI, one of the NBA's top agents says he spends more time dealing with paternity claims than he does negotiating contracts. The agent tells the magazine that there might be more kids out of wedlock than there are players in the NBA. According to Sports Illustrated, Larry Johnson of the Knicks is supporting five children by four women, including two he has with his wife, and Shawn Kemp of the Cavaliers, who is not married, has fathered seven children. Other NBA players who have been the subject of paternity-related lawsuits include Patrick Ewing, Juwan Howard, Scottie Pippen, Jason Kidd, Stephon Marbury, Hakeem Olajuwon and Gary Payton, as well as Larry Bird, who is now the coach of the Pacers, and current NBC game analyst Isiah Thomas.

In other sports, baseball's Gary Sheffield and Juan Gonzalez, along with former greats Jim Palmer, Steve Garvey and Pete Rose, have been hit with paternity suits. The NFL names include Andre Rison and Alonzo Spellman; hockey, Mark Messier; boxing, Oscar de la Hoya; and tennis, Roscoe Tanner.

Sports Illustrated's Sandy Bailey joins us to discuss the story.

Paul Crane: Sandy, before we lay this at the doorstep of athletes only, how much does this problem mirror that of society as a whole?

Sandy Bailey: I think it is a problem in society. As you pointed out, 32 percent of children in this country are born out of wedlock and that's up tremendously--it was only 18 percent in 1980. So it is a problem in society but, by all the anecdotal evidence, it is an even greater problem in sports.

PC: And why is the incidence of this problem so much higher in the NBA than in other sports?

SB: That's very hard to say. We suggested a few possible reasons. If the athletes view that there are a lot of women out there sort of looking for them, it's certainly true that NBA athletes are much more identifiable than athletes in other sports. For one thing, they're taller--these guys are 7-feet tall in many cases. They're also athletes whose faces are very familiar to us; they don't wear hats like baseball players, they don't wear helmets like football players. They're very visible. They have a lot of free time on their hands with their roadtrips and also their salaries are the highest. As far as exactly why, it's very difficult to say.

PC: This should be such a private and personal issue--should we really care about the private lives of sports figures?

SB: Whether we should or shouldn't, I think we do, in this country in particular, care very, very much about celebrities in general. And I do think that in these particular cases you're talking about children--we're trying to look at the impact that this has on their lives, we're looking at the impact this has on the women involved and also the guys. In numerous cases we found, some of these activities reach a point where they impact the actual on-the-court, on-the-field performance. We talk about one NFL player, Dave Meggett--one of his paternity cases reached a point where the New England Patriots had to have one of their executives work with him and Meggett was served with papers before a game. You don't think that impacts the team?


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PostPosted: Mon Jan 22, 2007 11:17 am
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damn great job, we're awesome!

Now, those are some names that very very interesting, larry bird?! patrick ewing? juwan howard! wow.

Hum... I wonder if Yao has any sex with other woman not name Ye Li...

Those playas need to learn how to use rubbers or learn how to pull out.


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PostPosted: Mon Jan 22, 2007 11:50 am
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battousai wrote:
damn great job, we're awesome!

Now, those are some names that very very interesting, larry bird?! patrick ewing? juwan howard! wow.

Hum... I wonder if Yao has any sex with other woman not name Ye Li...

Those playas need to learn how to use rubbers or learn how to pull out.


Yeah, but that reporter wrote some misleading information about Hakeem and Bird. They both fathered a child from relationships with their first loves. I don't think either one of them actually had kids from messing with groupies!


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PostPosted: Mon Jan 22, 2007 7:33 pm
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Yao needs to stay away from the Sistas!

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PostPosted: Tue Jan 23, 2007 6:39 am
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there's colin in the left corner. Yao needs to learn from the brothas in the NBA. he needs a mean streak and play tough and dirty. First step in learn those is to learn from his teammates on how to tap a black azz.


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