John Amaechi, the former NBA basketballer who recently came out and is promoting his book Man in the Middle, is looking for some love. He's definitely not getting it from the NBA.
Philadelphia 76ers forward Shavlik Randolph said he would be fine with having a gay team-mate as long as a player did not bring his "gayness" on him.
LeBron James - one of the biggest stars in the NBA players and a member of Amaechi's former team, the Cleveland Cavaliers - said when asked if a gay player could survive in the league,
"With team-mates, you have to be trustworthy, and if you're gay and you're not admitting that you are, then you are not trustworthy."
The Human Rights Campaign is using him as their spokeman for coming out, but the still single Nigerian/English sex pot is looking for some young stud to grab on that magic stick. Any takers? Please call 1(800) I HEART GAY NBA.