” I get that all the time, and Brandi and I are cool, I don’t wanna rehash that whole issue and cause any more unnecessary drama. I think that was our last interview that stirred up a lot more stuff about that. Listen, it doesn’t even matter it’s just it was old and she brought it to current. We’re shooting a show here and this stuff is old but we’ll go right back to it again.
But I can’t, nor can any of the producers on this show outweigh a legal obligation.
Or consider the night before an exhibition game against the Magic in 1997, when Charles Barkley was out at Phineas Phogg's, a bar in Orlando, with Rockets team-mate Clyde Drexler.
Barkley, coming off a season in which he averaged 23.2 points and 11.6 rebounds for Phoenix, tossed a man through a glass window during an altercation.
So, if you rewind all the way back to when it was when [Brandi and I] weren’t cool that’s what it was, it was beyond a say-so it was beyond, “This should be, this shouldn’t be.” It’s about what’s on some paper, and what we’re obligated to do legally. And again, I’ve said this a few times, in that moment of, “Thank you for your services,” I wasn’t necessarily firing her.
So with that said, did you know for sure that Brandi would probably come back in some capacity? I was letting her know [if] she felt like that I didn’t appreciate her, and I didn’t appreciate what she brings to the show, and I didn’t appreciate her sharing her stories, and that was all not true.
Players are known to have hotels leave keys for their road romances to get into their rooms before they even arrive.
To find out how some of our favorite players might be spending their free time, we talked to one of their closest confidants, Lisa Ann—host on Sirius XM Fantasy Sports radio and star of an adult film or two. I do like to go to games, so if you leave me tickets at will call, I’m there. If they’re injured, I hit them and make sure they’re staying positive. Some guys will come to me and say, "Hey, this girl reached out to me.
She talks to _GQ _about why she’ll never hook up with more than one guy on a team at a time, how NBA players are the "Victoria’s Secret models" of women, and how she watches the draft every year to pick out her next conquests:**Lisa Ann: **My personal relationship with athletes started very young.
He grinned as he asked her to “rate his outfit.” “I looked at him and said, ‘Probably a 3,’” Martinez said.
“Then I turned around and walked away, thinking, ‘I’m the biggest brat. '” But the two would meet again, and somewhere along the way, a friendlier relationship developed.