Lakers-Nuggets Game Interrupted By On-Court Stalker


Just when you think you’ve seen it all in an NBA game a heavily-medicated groupie wanders onto the court in the middle of a nail-biting playoff contest.

Hard to believe this kind of stuff doesn’t happen more often considering how easily accessible the court is to anyone and everyone who enters an NBA arena. The woman earning her 15-seconds of fame has been identified as Savannah McMillan-Christmas who was looking for Kenyon Martin. Apparently being a stalker doesn’t necessitate actually paying any attention to the sport/industry you’re “following”.

Had she taken this same action during this same series at a game in Staples Center at least McMillan-Christmas would have been in the right zip code what with Martin being a Clipper now. But to wonder aloud “Where’s Kenyon” when he hasn’t been a Nugget for over a year now is just sad. Not sad in the tragic kind of way. More sad in a “what are you doing with you life?” kind of way.

Apparently McMillan-Christmas had previously been banned from the Pepsi Center due to previous attempts to gain the attention of Martin back when he was collecting checks in Colorado. She was escorted off the court last night and charged with trespassing. Makes you wonder how she was even allowed to enter the arena in the first place, let alone make her way onto the court without even having court-side seats.

Rumor is Oliver Stone is already digging into all these strange happenings claiming there was a second stalker behind the green Gatorade cooler on the Nuggets’ bench.

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  • GoJoeBruinUCLA

    I don’t know why people are going crazy: Obviously, Christmas didn’t get to hand Kenyon Martin his gift from last year. 
     
    “I guess Christmas came a little too late for Kenyon Martin.”
     
    “HEADLINE: ‘Kenyon Martin’: I love Christmas’”
     
    “For Kenyon Martin, Christmas is here all over again.”
     
     

  • raiderkarma

     @GoJoeBruinUCLA Yes, basketball groupies are indeed the giving type, celebrating every game as if it were Christmas.