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Porn Stars Offer Free BJs to Miami Heat Fans, Cause NBA Lawyers To Stand At Attention

Two porn stars made a “bet” on Twitter that they’d perform oral sex on fans of the Miami Heat if the team won the NBA championship. I’m not sure what these ladies agreed to do if the Heat lost; I’m going to pretend that they promised to “go back to college and blow your minds,” because I like the thought of LeBron being blamed for ruining their chances at an education.

In any event, the Heat won, and the women committed to going through with their dare. They set up a website, TeamBJNBA, to promulgate the rules of their free giveaway — because if they were paid to service the fans, THAT would be wrong and illegal.

But it appears that the NBA noticed their branding. I can only imagine the kind of person who would be confused into thinking that the NBA now sponsored BJs for fans of championship teams… though if they did, I suspect interest in the league would increase exponentially. The NBA moved to stop the giveaway, but you can’t keep good girls up off their knees.

Details, pictures, silicone, and notes on how to retrieve your champion rewards to follow….

First, let’s get a safe-for-work look at what were dealing with. Meet Sara Jay and Angelina Castro:

I think I’ve seen CGI’d women in Soul Calibur that look more realistic than that.

The girls’ website included a bunch of rules for how their Twitter followers would redeem their oral satisfaction, as well as this picture:

NBA Intellectual Property Lawyers… MOUNT UP.

Black Sports Online reports that the NBA sent this letter to Jay and Castro:

“It has come to our attention that [you] are using NBA Intellectual Property without authorization, including on the website http://www.teambjnba.com and Twitter page https://twitter.com/#!/teambjnba (collectively the “Websites”), to promote an event by including references to the Miami Heat and its players. The Websites incorporate the “NBA” trademark in the domain name and account name and prominently feature NBA Intellectual Property — including the Heat team logo. Furthermore, NBAP has confirmed [you are] using a photograph depicting the likeness of Heat players Chris Bosh, Lebron James, and Dwyane Wade without their authorization and in violation of their rights. [Your] unauthorized use of NBA Intellectual Property is an attempt to capitalize on the fame and goodwill of NBA Intellectual Property and tarnishes the reputation of the NBA and the Heat. NBAP has not authorized [You] to use NBA Intellectual Property in any way and [Your] unauthorized use; therefore, constitutes among other things, trademark infringement, trademark dilution, false association, and unfair competition”

The NBA has demanded that the entire website & picture be pulled off the internet & that the url ‘teambjnba.com’ & twitter handle ‘@teambjnba’ be transferred to its ownership.

I should note that neither Jay nor Castro sent me the NBA’s letter, and I’m little surprised that the NBA would bother to even dignify this stunt with a response. But I guess if the enduring image of your current champions was a dude giving himself a champagne Bukkake shower, you’d be a little bit sensitive, too.

Undaunted, the women have re-branded the event as TeamBJ and are pressing on. Click on the next page to see some of their rules and regulations for receiving your BJ on August 2 at a place to be determined.

And click over to Black Sports Online to see some more risque pictures of the pair.

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