Celebrity Grubbers: NBA Edition

An inside look of some of the NBA’s best grubbing on Wendy’s.  Courtesy of Chris Bosh.

19 comments on “Celebrity Grubbers: NBA Edition

  1. Bear Silber says:

    Eee D-wight, CP3, The King!!! That was sick. What else you got?

  2. ChrisSh says:

    Haha, I love those guys. It’s always nice to see stars who just act like regular people…

  3. Justin says:

    Nice to see them acting like jerks in front of EVERYONE. I was kind of shocked at that video. They just seemed unapproachable, like they took over the gas station or something.

  4. Chaz says:

    @ Justin … ??? You’ve got to be kidding right?

  5. ChrisSh says:

    Justin seems to be… trolling the blog for some reason?

  6. Justin says:

    I’m not trolling…

    They just seemed like they were being tremendously obnoxious. That’s not the kind of video I would want getting out if I were them.

  7. ChrisSh says:

    Haha, umm, okay. They are at a fast food restaurant eating and talking. That’s what you do at a fast food restaurant with your friends…you eat and talk.

    Unless you can actually name something they did that was obnoxious, I’ll be forced to believe you’re just yanking our chains…

  8. Justin says:

    You obviously don’t know how thugs act ChrisSh. You’ve never been at a restaurant where a group of people were acting so obnoxiously that they bothered the customers? I know they’re NBA stars, but have some respect. That scares business away. These guys are probably never ever going to come back. But there are customers that will see that and get turned off and go somewhere else.

    Do you really doubt that they were making rude comments to people there either?

    I don’t know why you’re excusing their behavior.

  9. ChrisSh says:

    Well, you’re either screwing with us or you’re an ignorant racist. Either way, I’m done talking about it!

  10. Justin says:

    Go to the movie theater at 10 on the weekend, look for all the security guards and go watch a popular movie, and see what it’s like to deal with these sort of morons.

  11. Alexander says:

    @Justin: What are you talking about??? They were at a gas station not a library. They said 20 words between them. The weren’t very loud or cursing, so what exactly is your problem.

  12. Jon says:

    @Justin: Start making sense please.

  13. Ashley says:

    @Justin-I don’t believe we are seeing the same thing. I see a group of guys eating their meal and talking. I sure don’t see any one acting obnoxious. Are you saying you are ASSUMING that they are making rude comments and therefore labeling them as THUGS? Give me a break!

  14. Justin says:

    @Jon: Please don’t act like you can’t spot thug behavior when you see it. At home, it would be fine, but out in public, especially in San Francisco, they’re causing a scene. They sound almost hostile, mocking the place, acting like they’re superior. Seriously, behave. You have Team USA gear on, you have endorsement deals, this could’ve been a lot different had someone else shot the video and uploaded it as “NBA players act like thugs and intimidate customers.”

    @Ashley: Trust me, stop making apologies for these guys. They were being jerks. I teach inner-city kids, being polite here, and I know when they’re being respectful and when they’re being idiots, and they know it too. Their behavior was out-of-line, and they knew it too. They know very well not to act like this on camera any other time.

    • TehBuLL says:

      “They sound almost hostile, mocking the place, acting like they’re superior.” They are. That is the whole point of being gigantic human specimens of athleticism and power. Any one of them could have bought that gas station when they walked in there, but instead they sat down and had a meal. I’ve had much more obnoxious people sitting next to me than a bunch of guys talking. Like babies…those are the worst, if these guys were all 1-9 months, I would be pissed.

  15. ChrisSh says:

    Seriously, give it up. These are not little kids like the ones you teach (also, guess what? I have taught children at inner-city schools too, and everything you said is still wrong) and you really honestly sound like a disgusting racist with the terms and phrases you use…

    Although I’m still treating this as if it’s the Twilight Zone and you are seeing a different clip then the rest of us. It is the only way I will be able to get any sleep tonight without losing faith in humanity. 🙂

  16. Justin says:

    How am I racist? Many pro athletes act like this in public, black or white. I looked at the people in the background; I can pretty much imagine what was on their minds.

  17. This discussion is awesome to watch 😛 Hahaha. Keep it up.

    I fail to see how some people don’t realize what they’re saying.

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