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Chris Gatling
Chris Gatling
Position: -
Born: 09/03/67
Height: 6-10 / 2.08
Weight:229 lbs. / 104.3 kg.
Earnings: $29,498,827 ($47,047,891*)
Kenny Anderson looked me in the eye and told me he sometimes wished he didn’t have a penis. He’d repeat the line a couple hours later in front of 40 or 50 people, appending a last-second “almost” to make sure the giggling crowd knew where he came down on the penis/no-penis question. A lot of what Anderson said to me during the “cocktail hour” preceding Penis Monologues felt like rehearsal. I had asked Anderson — and this was the only planned question I asked him — how much he’d rehearsed for the show, and he explained that the performance was to be more interview and improv than a true play. Anderson then began to share, with voice low and drink in hand, an unsolicited series of personal headlines — some sordid, some sad, some actual newspaper headlines.
Anderson, a high school legend, 14-year pro, and one-time All-Star, was one of five men — three of them former NBA players — on stage for Penis Monologues (or, depending where you look, The Penis Monologue or Penis Monologue Symposium) at the Producers’ Club’s Crown Theater in New York Sunday night. Alongside him sat Chris Gatling, 11-year journeyman and one-time All-Star; Tate George, a four-year pro and maker of one of the most legendary shots in UConn history (the website had promised Anthony Mason, but nope: Tate George); Joe Brown, former agent and longtime associate of all the above; and “Detroit” Dan Bowman, a very amiable, increasingly drunk South Florida epoxy flooring magnate and former Blind Date contestant whose reasons for being included perplexed nearly everyone, him most of all.
The Penis Monologues opening was, in total, a rambling spectacle of a little over three hours, split evenly between men discussing their bountiful, treacherous paths through NBA stardom and men discussing their penises’ parallel bountiful, treacherous paths through NBA stardom. For retired pros in their 40s, it was an early exercise in a special kind of public speaking: honest, vulnerable and undiluted.
A trial date has been set for a former NBA All-Star accused of squatting in a Paradise Valley home and then trying to list the place for rent on Craigslist. The Maricopa County Attorney’s Office says Chris Gatling has pleaded not guilty to two counts of theft and forgery, one count of taking the identity of another and one count of fraud. Gatling was accused of breaking into a key box and living in the home for nearly a year. A police report says the homeowners lived in California but had left the power on.
A former NBA All-Star is facing several criminal charges after police said he squatted in a Paradise Valley home and then tried to list the place for rent on Craigslist. Chris Gatling is accused of breaking into a key box and living in the home from July 2010 to August 2011. A police report says the homeowners lived in California but had left the power on. A local TV station reports that he later listed the four-bedroom house for rent for $800 and called it an “Ex-NBA” home online.