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Tuesday, 12 May 2009

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The basketball that Kenyon Martin's mother bought him for his first birthday.

DALLAS - The four-lettered sports network ESPN has just announced that they have signed Dallas Mavericks owner Mark Cuban and Denver Nuggets star Kenyon Martin to participate in a caged wrestling match.

The match stems as a result of the derogatory remarks that were made after the controversial aftermath of game three.

Mark Cuban, 50, actually made the remarks to Martin's mother. The Mavericks's owner and well-known grown-up brat apparently referred to K-Mart's mother, Lydia LaDelle as an Aunt Jemina look-a-like.

Lydia LaDelle, who goes by the nickname, "Mama Nugget" then told Mark Cuban that he looked like he could be Sean Hannity's twin sister.

Cuban exploded like a Chinese firecracker and he remarked that he heard that she buys her clothes and shoes at Radio Shack.

Kenyon's mama then said that the last time she saw a head as big and as ugly as Cuban's it was sitting on a statue that the local pigeon population had turned into their own private bathroom.

Cuban then told her that he was going to buy her house and give it to the neighborhood's homeless people.

"Mama Nugget" hollered that if he came anywhere near her home she would personally stick a skewer through his cracker caboose and turn him into a human shish-ka-bob.

A good friend of Cuban's who spoke on the condition of anonymity said that Mark is absolutley livid because his Dallas Mavericks are now down 3 to 1 to the Denver Nuggets.

Cuban even referred to the Nuggets as the McNuggets.

Carmelo Anthony then retaliated by calling the Dallas Mavericks the (Ford) Focuses.

The ESPN caged wrestling match between Cuban and Martin will be held on May 24 at The Preparation H Pavilion in Fort Worth, Texas.

In other news. Ann Coulter has just been signed to play the lead in the movie, Oops, The Kiefer Sutherland Story.

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