OUTSIDE THE PAINT

Time for Dan Le Batard to get sized for a new suit – a Speedo that is. Barkley and South Florida radio personality Le Batard bet on the outcome of the Heat-Mavericks championship series when it was tied up at two all. Chuck wanted to wager dinner at hot spot Prime One Twelve. But when Dan boldly suggested raising the stakes, Barkley proposed taping the “Dan Le Batard Show with Stugotz” live from a South Beach bar, with the loser suited up in a Speedo. Dan took a gamble that will probably haunt him for the rest of his career in sports journalism when he agreed to the “unholy” parameters. Understandably rattled after Miami dropped Game 5, Dan admitted to being scared going into elimination Game 6. And surely Dan is the Heatles fan who’s most upset about the outcome. Check back to see if Le Batard will take the heat and make good on his bet with Barkley!

3 Comments

  1. Vet says:

    I’m waiting for the photo of Dan

  2. O M G….Chuckie you won the bet man. Why are you doing this to us? That just don’t look right. Put your close back on!!!

  3. ralph cisneros says:

    chucky im on your side lose some weight on that gut lol

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