The news about Mario Chalmers and Darrell Arthur allegedly getting caught with “marijuana and women” at the NBA’s rookie orientation, which offers, among other things, sessions on “Drugs and Alcohol” and “Sexual Health,” reminded me of the WNBA’s rookie orientation, which offers, among other things, sessions on make-up and fashion tips.
The WNBA says sex it up. The NBA says sex it down. The players, meanwhile, don’t seem to be listening.
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