INSIDE THE NBA

COIN TOSS FOR RISING STARS CHALLENGE

Shaq wins the official coin toss and the rights to the 1st pick in the Rising Stars Challenge Draft; his newly found persona as “The Black Pat Riley” is also on display.

3 Comments

  1. Joe says:

    Did they call the Statue of Liberty the Empire State Building? nice

  2. Henry H. Fred says:

    The NBA TV crew should do a team and see all the elders playing in the AllStars game. I think would be funny.

  3. Ladd says:

    Charles, Had a few funny comments you may want to get some CHUCKLES over, one even for Earnie. I noticed you occasionally have made some remarks about Earnies forehead, next time you can let him know that “Earnie most people have a 4 head but I think yours is considered a “5 head” — its so freakin long…could call him FRANKENEARNIE. And I thought of this saying believe it or not BEFORE noticing shaq and fans shortly came up with them…let me know if you like this one– “WELCOME TO JEREMY LINsanes LINderella story in KNICK-LINd(land) NY.” not sure, but KNICK-LINd NY could be called a new city. Please just remember
    To say my name on TNT or give me some props if u use them buddy…ok? Believe it or not, I single handley came up with Andre Kirelinko’s nick name AK47 when I worked at delta center in Jazz 100 club under Larry H Miller years ago, maybe sometime I’ll explain to you how I thought of it and then got Jazz’s head of marketing Dave Alred to start using it around locker room w/ Karl and John and start calling Andre it instead of the long ridiculous old one “soon to be Russian szar.”….felt bad hotRod had to say such a long nickname so many times on radio. Have some other creative ideas, email me anytime. Lm.

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