Delonte West Not Allowed to Visit White House Today
When the Mavericks went to visit the White House today and meet President Obama following their championship season last year, guard Delonte West was not allowed to join the team for his visit. West was not allowed to enter the White House because of a 2009 arrest on weapons charges.
Referring to his ban from the White House, “I’ve been there 100 times in my lifetime — I live right around the corner,” West said. “I live in D.C. It’s going to be a shame the President isn’t going to get a chance to meet me. I’m the president of my house.”
Was West not allowed in the White House because of his arrest or because Obama was scared that West will find a way to sleep with his mother too?
Guy Candy of the Day: Justin Timberlake
Today’s Guy Candy of the day is Justin Timberlake. This guy rarely leaves the house without his A game. JT is not afraid to try different things, as evidenced by his hat and glasses at a Lakers games. The common element of all of JT’s style are his suits. JT can take a simple white shirt with a black or blue suit and make it look fresh. When he’ still in his casual stuff he sticks to athletic-fit clothing that can show off his physique. JT’s best quality is that he can take dressy clothes and not make them look that dressy.
Quick Thought on Kobe Bryant’s Divorce
Why is Kobe Bryant’s divorce making news? It’s not sports related and he’s not a celebrity, he’s a basketball player. This is strictly his personal life and has nothing to with basketball. Do we put everyday people’s divorces on the news on a nightly basis? No. A divorce between an athlete and their spouse is not newsworthy and quite frankly needs to stop being put in the news altogether.
Money or Justice?
NEW YORK (AP) — Two men sued Syracuse men’s basketball coach Jim Boeheim and the school for defamation Tuesday, saying they were vilified as liars out for money after they accused his longtime assistant of molesting them.
Read more: http://sportsillustrated.cnn.com/2011/basketball/ncaa/12/13/Syracuse.ap/index.html#ixzz1gWMjliIs
Alright here’s the deal morons, you didn’t have to release your name to see justice upheld. Look at the Sandusky case, everyone that has filed a complaint with the complaint department is known as victim #__, and not by their first and last names. Plain and simple, people are going to say you’re looking for money, not when you bring up the molestation charges, but when you start suing for defamation of character then I’m going to suspect you’re looking for money. If you want people to believe that you are not after the money and that you just want to see justice upheld, then you should donate the money you win to a charity that supports sexual assault victims.