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A few weeks ago, after much speculation, Alonzo Mourning announced that he would return to the court for one last season with the Heat.

"I want to redeem myself and try to help this team redeem ourselves as an organization and try to get back on track," Mourning said. "That wasn't the Miami team you saw in the playoffs last year...I was embarrassed. I was truly embarrassed by that outcome. I know for a fact we're a better team. It left a sour taste in my mouth and it's time to really end it all on the right note."

Judging from the photos posted today on gossip blog mediatakeout.com, free agent James Posey is considerably less worried about cutting down on the embarrassments. But in his defense, we’re pretty sure that the girl in the first pic did have a sour taste in her mouth - just probably not the same kind Zo had. -- Raina McLeod

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