Do you know where Kwame Brown has Been?

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Kwame Brown is going to have some extra work (at least) the next two days. Rasheed Wallace will still be unavailable for The Pistons Texas swing and with the big bodies in Dallas and Houston, we are going to see more of Kwame.

That prompted me to show you the video I took of Kwame working. Well, I guess you can call it working.
Before the season began the Pistons pumped gas for their fans and Kwame had a one of a kind job that involved a gas cap. I must tell you that Kwame was quite the character and was hamming it up for me the entire time we were out there on that very cold October day.  It was so cold, warm beverages had to be consumed, and that’s when I truly appreciated Kwame.

Kwame Brown Working

Kwame Brown Video

8 Responses to "Do you know where Kwame Brown has Been?"
  1. Karl says:

    First!!!!!

  2. altan says:

    KWAME KWAME KWAME!

    so far hes doing ggood as a replacement for sheed

  3. freeZy says:

    its Kwame’s Time 2 shine! His Kwameness FTW!!!

  4. HGeyer says:

    Kwame gave me his sweat towel after the game against the magic the other day lol

  5. skip3 says:

    Kwame-ha-meh-haaaaaaaaaa!

  6. chad says:

    I want to see a kwame tripple double.

  7. neo says:

    No way, there’s no future for kwame!!

  8. t says:

    kwame will get a double double against HOUSTON, but w/o sheed the pistons really struggle to win.

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