This weekend we learned that the NBA lockout we’ve been suffering through is finally over, as team owners and NBA players reached an agreement that will give us a shortened basketball season starting at the end of December.


We’re so happy about the lockout being over we’re dedicating this week’s Mystery Player contest to a veteran player who was highly involved in the negotiations. Look at the clues below and guess who you think it is by posting a comment:



Every correct answer wins some GoDough and we’ll choose one person at random to win a FREE month membership!


  • This player is an NBA veteran and serves as the union president for the NBPA
  • He attended the University of Arkansas and placed second on the school’s all-time list in points (1,393), assists (472) and steals (189)
  • He started playing in 1996 and has been with the Los Angeles Lakers (his current team), the Golden State Warriors and the Utah Jazz
  • He’s a 5-time NBA champion with titles in 2000, 2001, 2002, 2009 and 2010
  • He is famous for an incredible play in Game 5 of the 2004 Western Conference Semifinals where he drained a winning shot with only 0.4 seconds left on the clock!
  • While he doesn’t put up crazy numbers, he is known for being a leader on his team and an inspiration to his teammates.
Know who it is? Post your answer as a comment below!

6 responses »

  1. fungoplay says:

    Hey Zaria! What is your FunGoPlay GoName?

  2. fungoplay says:

    Don’t forget to post your GoName so we can hook you up with GoDough!

  3. fungoplay says:

    Congrats to King Bacon 1 for winning the FREE membership! Zaria, post your GoName and we’ll hook you up with some GoDough for correctly answering with Derek Fisher!

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