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Brian Scalabrine, the former NBA player who was best known for being large and white, has transitioned into the media game quite nicely with this little dig at LeBron James on Jim Rome’s Showtime program.
We’re going to go ahead and nominate Brian Scalabrine’s essay-announcement for CSNNE as the greatest piece of athlete-writing this year, or perhaps any year.
Even though Brian Scalabrine played in the NBA for 11 years, even though Brian Scalabrine was a serviceable rotation player for much of his career, he’s still perceived as some giant-doofus-red-head-end-of-bench cheerleader. Well, no more, because the White Mamba has put a stop to that.
Though we can no longer watch Brian Scalabrine take the bench anymore, he lives on in our hearts, and wallets. And now he lives on in your computer too, as the famed White Mamba has finally joined twitter. REJOICE!
Brian Scalabrine is everyone’s favorite end-of-the-bencher. The White Mamba, they call him. That’s all good and well, but Scal’s career wasn’t exactly highlight-heavy. Still, the folks over at the NBA’s YouTube channel have once again proven that any man is worthy of a two-minute highlight package.
Semi-ironic basketball player Brian Scalabrine is, by all accounts, a good dude. Not a good ball player, mind you, but a nice guy who distributes quality high fives and is given a few garbage time minutes every once in awhile, because, what the hell, why not. Now he’s really trying to give us a hand by starring in a viral video for a website that wants to help lower your electric bill. It’s dumb. But hey, thanks for the tip, Brian. Video after the jump.
As SportsGrid’s Video Assignment Editor, CJ Fogler’s main job is to grab potentially viral video moments as they happen. But he also takes a lot of screengrabs (and produces a number of animated GIFs) that don’t always make the site. Every week, we’re going to share a few of them with you.
As SportsGrid’s Video Assignment Editor, CJ Fogler’s main job is to grab potentially viral video moments as they happen. But he also takes a lot of screengrabs (and produces a number of animated GIFs) that don’t always make the site. Every Friday, we’re going to share a few of them with you.