Sex.Com Offers Kobe $5 Million To Go Against LeBron In Slam Dunk Contest

Sex.Com Offers Kobe $5 Million To Go Against LeBron In Slam Dunk Contest
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Here is a look at the press release that offers $5 million to Kobe Bryant to entice him to defend not only his reputation but also his victory from 1997.

“We at Sex.com feel it is important for the sport of basketball that Kobe and Lebron face-off in the dunk contest and we want to be part of this historic event. The NBA’s best players used to enter. Jordan versus Dominique had us on the edge of our seats.

It would be a shame for these exceptional player to let pride take priority over sportsmanship…” says Sex.com’s Director of Marketing J.L. Marcoux.

This is the best idea of all time. LeBron vs Kobe…need I say more.

via Terez Owens

Photo Credit: Getty Images

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