Miami Heat Players Get Part-Time Jobs During Lockout
With the player lockout putting the 2011-2012 NBA season into question, it's only a matter of time before the league's poor, mistreated multi-millionaires are forced to pick up second jobs for rent money, car payments and general "make it rain all over the poor people" supplies.
"I was the first basketball player to have a $100 million contract AND to have a 35-pin blue vest. Have a nice day."
"Oh, Juwan! You want the velcro ones."
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