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Sunday, 12 May 2013

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Magic Johnson said that if he wants to see clowns he'll go to the circus. (Photo courtesy of Metta World Peace).

BEVERLY HILLS - Former Los Angeles Lakers great Magic Johnson and his wife Cookie, went out and had a very nice dinner at The Silly Sardine Seafood Restaurant in Beverly Hills.

As the couple was waiting in the front of the restaurant for a valet to bring their Rolls Royce around Johnson was asked a question by Sport's Territory Magazine writer Tango Brisket.

Brisket asked the Hall of Famer what he thought about the sloppy Heat-Bulls game which saw several altercations, flagrant fouls, and two technicals with one ejection.

Johnson shook his head and replied that if he wants to see clowns he'll go the circus.

He then commented that if some of these professionals want to act like out-of-control kids then maybe they need to get out of professional basketball and become professional wrestlers.

Magic told Brisket that he even received a call from President Obama asking him why the Miami Heat was picking on his Chicago Bulls.

Johnson smiled as he told the president that both teams were at fault and it had started even before the game when one of the Bulls players told LeBron that he is the most hated man in Cleveland next to that Ariel Castro sicko.

LeBron responded by saying that he has so much money that if he wanted to he could buy Cleveland and still have enough money left over to buy the last place NBA team the Orlando Magic who finished with a 20-62 record.

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