Another surprise is about to unfold, and this time it involves Rick Fox, who last played for the LA Lakers. The retired NBA legend is aware of the shocking revelation made just hours ago by Brittany Renner during a Shannon Sharpe show.
Rick has decided to add his two cents after Brittany revealed the number of men she had been with. Fox, however, jokingly indicated his interest in extending Brittany’s number from 35 to 36 men. This shocking twist is sure to ignite discussions and possibly reactions among fans and enthusiasts.
Rick Fox tries his luck with Brittany Renner
Brittany Renner caught Rick Fox’s attention after her interview with Shannon Sharpe. The fitness model surprised the NFL legend and fans when she confessed to having been with 35 men. Sharpe was so surprised that he had to take a few sips of alcohol to calm down. Renner’s revelation seemed to attract many, including Fox. Hours after Renner’s interview went viral, one of Kobe Bryant’s former teammates couldn’t resist making a playful move.
The three-time NBA champion tweeted to express his interest in Brittany, who has a huge Instagram presence, saying, “Hey @ShannonSharpe, so many questions. When she says “BLACK,” where do you think she draws the line? ~ I’m just asking for all the one-drop brothers and sisters out there who are aspiring to be #36 – #50 #OneDropRule #RaceInAmerica #TheRaceTo36 #HalfABill”. There is no doubt that he wants to be number 36 on Brittany’s list.
Rick Fox‘s post directed at Brittany came across as somewhat eager. Considering his attractive looks and marriage to the former Miss America Vanessa Williams, he enjoyed a great deal of female popularity during his NBA career. Those times may be long gone because he is now openly pursuing someone who has a “remarkable” number of partners, suggesting that those times are indeed in the past.
Fox notably played for Celtics, Lakers
Rick Fox, whose real name is Ulrich Alexander Fox, spent his entire 13-year NBA career with the Boston Celtics and Los Angeles Lakers. He played six years with the Celtics from 1991 to 1997 and the final seven years with the Lakers from 1997 to 2004. Notably, he was not only a teammate of Brian Shaw during the Lakers’ three consecutive championships but also played alongside him during his rookie season with the Celtics, earning a spot on the All-Rookie Second Team.
The Boston Celtics picked Fox in the first round of the 1991 NBA Draft (24th overall). He was selected to the 1992 NBA All-Rookie Second Team with an average of 8 points per game, becoming the first rookie to start on opening night as a Celtic since Larry Bird in 1979. Fox made important defensive contributions despite receiving little attention, particularly during the Lakers’ incredible 15-1 playoff run to the 2001 title.
With a 39.3% success rate on his long-range shots during that time, he was also a valuable three-point shooter. An interesting fact about the end of his career: After the 2003-04 season, Fox was traded back to the Celtics. However, instead of joining them, the small forward decided to retire after winning three NBA championships alongside Kobe Bryant and others during his time with the Lakers.