Joining the storied ranks of Shaquille O'Neal, Allen Iverson, Ron Artest, and probably some other people, Minnesota Timberwolf Troy Hudson became the latest NBA player to release a rap CD. And as you can probably guess, it's a huge hit.
Timberwolves guard Troy Hudson's first rap album, "Undrafted," sold 78 copies in the first week after it was released on July 17.
Seventy-eight thousand? Hundred? Is that number supposed to be in dozens? Because I could write a book and get at least 80 people to buy it in the first week. And people fucking hate books. But I could do it. My mom and dad would buy two apiece, then from there it's just calling in favors and threatening to stab bookstore customers. Piece of cake.
Expect Hudson's follow-up album "Unpurchased" to be released never.