NEW NBA PLAYER FROM CANADA..........details Inside........

Derrick WadeContributor IAugust 23, 2009

CANADA - SEPTEMBER 09:  The Canadian flag flies over the course during the second round of the 2005 Bell Canadian Open, September 9,2005, held at Shaughnessy Golf & Country Club, Vancouver, B.C. Mark Calcavecchia finished at -5 for his tournament win.  (Photo by S. Badz/Getty Images)

Todays news is about a hidden player emerging from a remote location of Canada. He was reported to be seen by natives at 3:30 p.m. on August 23, 2009. Exactly at 3:43 p.m. this player was capture by authorities. The players name to Quentin McKallyson. He will play for the Chicago Soviets(NBA's newest team). I caught up with former MLB player Mo Vaughn,

      "Hello, Well I don't really care about the NBA, but what I do care about is hostess cupcakes and vanilla ice cream." - Mo Vaughn

   Well, everyone understands why he eats a lot. It is because he is fat.ha ha ha. Quentin McKallyson will player center and is towering 5'8 foot person and weighing in at 137 pounds. He even has a vertical leap of 13. Wow, some sports analysts believe he will be even better than some of the nba stars like Dwight Howard.

       This be da end of da news today, yo!

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