The Nets Saw a Naked Lady on the Street

by March 12, 2009

As you’d expect, this was a big deal: “But as the Nets came out of their shootaround yesterday, they filed onto the bus parked at the curb on Sutter Street. Suddenly, somebody said, “Naked lady!” and sure enough, there was a woman seated on a bench just across the street, totally starkers. So, of course, one by one the entire roster piles out to see the naked lady, who suddenly realizes she’s causing a commotion and starts walking briskly – everything’s brisk when you’re in your birthday suit and it’s about 50 degrees – and when she hits the corner of Mason and Sutter, there’s a cop slapping the handcuffs on her and draping a blanket over her. The whole thing lasted about 30 seconds. Some figured she was just a model for the art school nearby, who was on a….uh, coffee break? Doug Overton got the only picture with his cell camera, but he hasn’t decided whether it’s suitable for publication yet. The weird part? To a man, all the guys who jumped out of the bus as if it was on fire said she wasn’t even particularly attractive. ‘Neither is the Mona Lisa,’ Overton said, ‘but everybody goes to see that, don’t they?'”