If you’ve ever fantasized about would it would be like to be swindled by someone posing as Basketball Hall of Famer Dikembe Mutombo, you’re in luck.
Dikembe Mutombo has apparently been targeted by scammers. The four-time Defensive Player of the Year said that the culprits broke into his email account and sent out a dispatch suggesting he’d been robbed in the Philippines and needed money:
TMZ caught up with Dikembe Mutombo, the former NBA star most recently famous for kinda-sorta-accidentally-almost-maybe-maybe-not revealing that the draft lottery was NOT rigged for the Philadelphia 76ers, and he offered his takes on Bismack Biyombo co-opting his signature finger wag move. His take is that he never…
The NBA draft lottery is at 8 p.m. EDT tonight in New York City. At 4:36 p.m., Dikembe Mutombo tweeted his congratulations to his former team, the Philadelphia 76ers, for winning the lottery and “grabbing the #1 spot.” Mutombo apologized and clarified that he had tweeted too soon and was just getting amped for the…
The NBA draft lottery is tonight at 8 p.m., but Dikembe Mutombo’s Twitter account couldn’t wait until then to congratulate the Philadelphia 76ers for winning the first overall pick. The tweet, which had a photo of Mutombo and Allen Iverson, was quickly deleted.
The Hawks retired Dikembe Mutombo’s number last night, and kicked off the festivities with this court projection. One day I’ll get tired of these. Today is not that day.
Today is a very sad day. Dikembe Mutombo went on Highly Questionable and destroyed one of sports' greatest urban legends, emphatically denying that he ever walked into a club and yelled,"Who wants to sex Mutombo?"
Earlier this year, the Houston Chronicle reported that Kase Lawal, a rich Houston businessman appointed by Barack Obama to a FTC committee, had become enmeshed in an illicit scheme to smuggle several tons of gold out of the Democratic Republic of the Congo in 2011. What caught the eye wasn't so much the…
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In January 1997, the Lakers' Nick Van Exel handed out 23 assists in a 95-82 victory over Vancouver, a feat less attributable to his sharpshooting teammates than to the numbers-fudging Lakers fan working the Grizzlies' scorer's table.
You know, it's a shame. The guy devotes his a large portion of his private life to helping other people, trying to make the world a better place, assisting his fellow man through the treacherous terrain of this planet. He is honored in the most public possible way on the world's grandest stage ... and all anyone is…