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Lala And Carmelo Anthony

Wednesday, January 18th, 2012

Better known as “Melo,” this will be Anthony’s first year playing for the New York Knicks. This changes comes after eight years of playing for the Denver Nuggets. His wife and mother of son Kiyan, La La Vazquez, the TRL veteran has continued to occupy the television screen, whether hosting shows like “Flavor of Love” […]

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Santonio Holmes

Wednesday, January 18th, 2012

A former Pittsburg Steeler, Santonio Holmes is now in his second year of playing wide receiver on the New York Jets. When he’s not on the field, Holmes is carrying out one charitable endeavor or another, especially with his charity, F.I.N.E.S.S.E Foundation Football camp, which benefits youth.

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Woody Johnson

Wednesday, January 18th, 2012

Woody Johnson wears many hats – one of them happens to be a New York Jets cap, since he owns the team. Johnson purchased the Jets for $635 million. The chairman and CEO of the Johnson Company He also makes time for philanthropy and founded the Alliance for Lupus Research.

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Bruce Ratner

Wednesday, January 18th, 2012

Bruce Ratner is a prominent real estate developer and minority owner of the New Jersey Nets. He shares ownership with Mikhail Prokhorov, which became official this past May. Ratner is planning to move the Nets to Brooklyn for the 2012-2013 NBA season.

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Alex Rodriguez

Wednesday, January 18th, 2012

More commonly known as A-Rod, this Yankee player is the highest paid athlete on his team and in the history of professional baseball. His 10-year contract, netted him an impressive $275 million. Rodriguez has broken multiple records and achieved accomplishments including hitting more than 600 home runs.

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