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Kenny Anderson
Kenny Anderson
Position: None
Born: 10/09/70
Height: 6-1 / 1.85
Weight:168 lbs. / 76.2 kg.
Former NBA All-Star Kenny Anderson says Sony Pictures absolutely did the right thing by pulling “The Interview” out of theaters … and adds he can’t figure out why they made it in the first place. Kenny actually met Kim Jong-un when he went to North Korea in January as part of Dennis Rodman’s goodwill team of ex-NBA players. He tells TMZ Sports … “I was trippin’ when I saw the movie preview. Why would they want to ruffle their feathers? They already hate America.”
via TMZ.com
Former NBA All-Star Kenny Anderson says Sony Pictures absolutely did the right thing by pulling “The Interview” out of theaters … and adds he can’t figure out why they made it in the first place. Kenny actually met Kim Jong-un when he went to North Korea in January as part of Dennis Rodman’s goodwill team of ex-NBA players. He tells TMZ Sports … “I was trippin’ when I saw the movie preview. Why would they want to ruffle their feathers? They already hate America.”
via TMZ.com
Lamar Odom should get a therapist, stat … so says ex-NBA star Kenny Anderson who tells TMZ Sports his shrink has been a life-saver … and it could do the trick for Lamar, too. We spoke with Anderson — who spent 14 seasons in the NBA — and he told us he’s rooting hard for Lamar’s NBA comeback with the Knicks to be a success … but says the guy is gonna need help. “I talk to a therapist once a week,” Anderson says … “Lamar should do that. His mind has to be right.” “You need someone you can talk to who has no hidden agenda. Your mom, dad, brother, sister might not want to tell you the truth. My therapist doesn’t care, she tells me how it is.”
via TMZ.com
Anderson said he was not paid a stipend by Korean dictator Kim Jong-Un for his participation in a birthday-party pick-up game, which raises a question about who did pay the players. Anderson declined to say, but said he’s received widespread criticism for accompanying Rodman on the trip. And given what he knows now, Anderson said he wishes he wouldn’t have taken the journey. I wish he hadn’t either. “Me and Dennis do some things. We (both) live in Fort Lauderdale, and I do a lot of clinics and camps,” Anderson said. “He came and spoke at my camp for me. You can call me ignorant about the whole situation, but I didn’t do my diligence about North Korea. I just didn’t know. I didn’t know about the leader. I didn’t know anything too much about it. That’s where I was wrong.”
via Oregonian