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Former Chicago Bears Lineman Spice Adams to Play in NBA Celebrity All-Star Game

Former Chicago Bears lineman and current NBC Sports Chicago analyst Anthony "Spice" Adams is taking his talents to the NBA Celebrity All-Star Game.
Photo: Kyle Prater/Chasing Greatness Productions

Photo: Kyle Prater/Chasing Greatness Productions

Former Chicago Bears' defensive lineman and current NBC Sports Chicago analyst Anthony "Spice" Adams has been campaigning himself to NBA franchises for years. This is his NBA combine tape below.

Cream Biggums, Adams' alter ego on the court, has an undeniable skillset. He can use his size and strength in the post game and has the turnaround jumper to finish. His frame might tell you he is a power forward or center, but in reality, he should be running the point. Biggums has unusually quick feet for a man of his size, and his ball-handling skills are second to none. He can distribute, but most importantly if you need him to take over a game he will pull a Russell Westbrook.

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The NBA must have seen something in his combine tape. Biggums has been asked to join the NBA Celebrity All-Star Game in 2020. The game will be hosted at Wintrust Arena in Chicago, IL on Friday, February 14th at 6:00 PM central time. You can watch the game at home on ESPN.

This is the first step to Biggums' Hall-of-Fame NBA career. Hard work pays off, remember that.