Legendary baller Eddy “Massaman” Curry returned to action for the first time in two years, scoring six points and grabbing three boards in six minutes of action for Miami’s version of whatever “Dream Team” is all the rage these days. It seems that Curry–perhaps to not be such a black hole on the court, perhaps to win the hearts and minds of sexy male limo drivers around the US of A—has dropped 100+ pounds. Mind you, on a man this size, 100+ pounds is a veritable drop in the bucket. However, it appears that most of the weight has been lost in the head and neck area, thereby increasing his already-eerie resemblance to a Kanamit from the classic Twilight Zone ep “To Serve Man.” This fact was not lost on Club correspondent Jazmine Bella, who designed the beautiful and extremely “High Tech” graphic that appears at the top of this post.
About Oliver Lee Bateman
Good Men Project contributing editor Oliver Lee Bateman is a columnist for Al-Jazeera America and Made Man Magazine. His writing has been featured in Salon, The Atlantic, Johnny America, Stymie: A Journal of Sport and Literature, the U.S. Intellectual History Blog, STIR Journal, Mic.com, and NAP Magazine. He is also one of the founders of the Moustache Club of America and Penny & Farthing, two blogzines specializing in flash fiction and creative nonfiction that he co-curates with web developer Erik Hinton, medical consultant Nathan Zimmerman, and freelance writers Christie Chapman and J. R. Powell. Oliver is a lawyer as well as an assistant professor at the University of Texas at Arlington. Follow him on Twitter @MoustacheClubUS or on Google+.