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Because an NBA Player Would Ever Drive a Kia


*Oct 30 - 00:03*LeBron James received the first of what will be his many MVP awards today at his Akron high school. Officials from the NBA and Kia were on hand to give the honor to LeBron as well as the keys to an all-new Kia horseless carriage. Considering LeBron has a Maybach, a Mercedes S63, a Bentley, Lambourghinis and a Rolls Royce amongst others in his fleet already, methinks that the Kia isn’t going to get much driving time…

Since the NBA has an average salary of $5 million, I don’t think ANY NBA player is driving around in a Kia, so why even give one away? I hope LeBron gives his to charity or someone who could actually use it, since otherwise it’s a waste.


2 Responses to “Because an NBA Player Would Ever Drive a Kia”


  1. 1 Garnold
    May 4, 2009 at 4:15 pm

    I’m pretty sure Brian Scalabrine would drive a KIA.

    • May 4, 2009 at 4:19 pm

      well, considering Scal has a robust 5-year $15 million contract, I doubt that.

      I wish i were born tall so i could get stupid money from an NBA team, it turns out there is little to no market for a short, jewish guy with no ups who can bomb it from downtown


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