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The Original 'Bad Boy' NBA Champion Rick Mahorn Rejoins 'Krush House' Video Podcast as Co-Host During NBA Playoffs

LAS VEGAS, NV / ACCESSWIRE / June 3, 2021 / Winners, Inc. (OTC PINK:WNRS) subsidiary VegasWINNERS Inc., which provides sports betting enthusiasts with high quality content, analysis, research, data, guidance and professional advice announced today the addition of former 'Bad Boy' and NBA power forward Rick Mahorn to the 'Krush House' crew throughout the NBA Playoffs commencing this Friday, June 4th, 2021.
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Julio Jones Says He’s Done With the Falcons. Plus: Jorge Sedano on the NBA Playoffs and Rick Mahorn on Charles Barkley

Russillo opens with Shannon Sharpe getting Julio Jones to say he’s done with the Falcons and whether Julio knew he was on-air (2:00). Then, he chats with ESPN’s Jorge Sedano about whether the Clippers are in trouble against Luka and the Mavs, LeBron and the Lakers, and the Heat being down 0-2 against the Bucks (13:30). Next, he’s joined by NBA champion Rick Mahorn to talk about being teammates with Charles Barkley, his beef with Patrick Ewing, and the line between playing physical and playing dirty (43:45). Finally, Ryen closes it out with some listener-submitted Life Advice questions (1:17:30).
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Hall of Fame hooper Lisa Leslie questions why she never sued Rick Mahorn, WNBA

The “Malice at the Palace” is known as one of the NBA‘s most disturbing sequences ever, as it saw an infamous Detroit Pistons and Indiana Pacers’ brawl spill into the stands. During the fracas on Nov. 19, 2004, two key players – Ron Artest and Stephen Jackson – were filmed fighting fans with closed fists and suffered heavy suspensions for their roles in the melee.
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Detroit Pistons ‘Bad Boy’ Rick Mahorn fights the 1987 Chicago Bulls [Video]

So… this is when Detroit Pistons bruiser Rick Mahorn decided he was going to fight the entire Chicago Bulls active roster, plus coaching staff. What kicked off as a horse collar wrap-up on Michael Jordan quickly turned into a face-to-face showdown with Charles Oakley. As Mahorn naturally gravitated toward the Bulls’ bench, everyone took a turn, including head coach Doug Collins (whom Mahorn comically dismissed over the scorers’ table).

Pistons Bad Boy Rick Mahorn Takes Shot At Michael Jordan: “We Whooped That A**, That’s All That Matters.”

The Detroit Pistons were one of the teams that managed to beat Michael Jordan before his two three-peats. The Bad Boy Pistons were one of the toughest teams in the league and were an elite defensive team that could beat any opponent. Beating the player that is widely considered the GOAT is a testament to how good that team really was, and the talent they had on the roster. Despite their achievement, they are not widely discussed as being among the greatest teams in NBA history.
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Chicago Bulls: Rick Mahorn ‘wouldn’t give a damn’ about what MJ did

The hit 10-part documentary series “The Last Dance” that was released highlighting the all-time great shooting guard Michael Jordan and the 1997-98 legendary Chicago Bulls title-winning team made waves around the hoops landscape. This award-winning docuseries was renowned not just around the country, but around a large portion of the globe.

Rick Mahorn recalls Detroit 'Bad Boys' era, trade to Pistons

(WXMI) — He was deemed as the 'Baddest Bad Boy of the all' by Detroit Pistons broadcaster George Blaha back in the 1980s and now he's recapping his career and his tenure in Detroit. After a 1985 trade that sent him from the Washington Bullets to the Detroit Pistons, Mahorn...
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Celebrating Online Sports Betting In Michigan With Pistons Great Rick Mahorn

It's now official that Online sports betting has launched in the state of Michigan, bringing new found excitement for Detroit sports fans, whose teams are all going through somewhat of a rebuild, hoping to return to glory this decade. Draft Kings, one of the online gambling companies, apparently has made former NBA Detroit Piston Power Forward and World Champion Rick Mahorn their honorary ambassador. As such, I was able to lock down a quick chat with one of the most controversial and hard working centers the game has ever seen.