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Clippers Center Chris Kaman Went Gun Shopping to Prepare for Rapture Day

Rapture Day came and went. I’m here, you’re here (at least I believe so), and the notorious scare of May 21st’s Judgement Day is finished. However, that same scare led to Los Angeles Clippers center Chris Kaman purchasing a few guns.

Kaman tweeted “Just in case anything fishy happens tomorrow I bought a few more guns.” Following the tweet, he displayed a few photos (one pictured above) of rather large guns that could do serious damage.

Some may think this is all fun and games, but NBA commissioner David Stern will not. Thanks to one idiot amongst the NBA ranks, the Association holds a strict policy against firearms and that’s probably something Kaman wouldn’t be advised to share.



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  • http://pulse.yahoo.com/_AKR3VC6JIMLNPFUY5KJQTP635A Jack

     I’m pretty sure that’s not true about him possibly being suspended or fined. Kaman is an avid gun collector/user, and there are videos of him shooting guns on youtube that he has not been punished for. The NBA can penalize guys (obviously) for having guns in the arena, but if the player take part in legal activities involving firearms I don’t see how they can punished. Are they going to get in trouble for hunting?

  • Anonymous

    It’s our right. In the NBA you have a gun you get suspended, smoke weed every day, nothing happens. 

  • http://pulse.yahoo.com/_AKR3VC6JIMLNPFUY5KJQTP635A Jack

     Yeah but I don’t think it’s true. I can’t recall anyone being fined or suspended for a Twitter photo of them handling a firearm. There are no grounds to punish him. The picture is in a gun shop.

    No way he gets suspended.