Picture Baby Birdman Chris Andersen
He comes from a tough day care center.
Capri pants: the lensless glasses of pants.
He'd get punched more often if he didn't look like a lady.
"My kids are going to love this little fella," said James, feeding Robinson bits of food he grabbed from the post-game, locker room spread. "Look how tiny he is. He's adorable."
James then called his kids and told them he had a surprise for them and that he'd be home soon. He then quickly dressed without showering, picked up his bag with Robinson inside it and exited for the players' parking lot.
"They're going to love playing with him," said a smiling James, on the way out. "I just hope they don't get too attached. I can't keep him. He has a home in Chicago."
So this is what prison must be like.
Grandma will be pissed to see what he did to her couch.
The security guard hates his job.
Weird. Even for Bosh.
You'd think all that time with Chris Brown would have taught her about class.
Any contact to his head could knock loose his precious remaining hairs. Not cool.