Since the NBA lockout went into effect July 1, players have found plenty of ways to keep busy -- and very few include basketball. Timberwolves All-Star Kevin Love has used his height to his advantage by taking up beach volleyball. So far he's 0-1 in the sand; he and partner Hans Stolfus lost straight sets in their debut in the Manhattan Beach Open on Aug. 25.
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Rookie of the Year Blake Griffin interned with Funny Or Die, the comedy website co-founded by Will Ferrell. Griffin counts "Old School," ''Wedding Crashers" and "Anchorman: The Legend of Ron Burgundy" among his favorite movies.
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Bosh got a really big, awkward tattoo on his back.
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NBA champ Jason Terry still wasn't over the Finals. During the making of Young Jeezy's music video for his new song "Win," Jet took pleasure in mocking LeBron James.
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The Jimmer found his future Mrs.
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In between playing in multiple streetball and pro-am leagues across the country, Bucks guard Jennings found time to intern with Under Armour.
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The Nets guard signed with Turkish team Besiktas and opened the floodgates for NBA players looking overseas for competition.
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The Celtics guard tweeted this recently: "It's official.. Pride 2 the side.. just filled out a application at Home Depot. Lockout ain't a game." Preach.
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Kevin Durant just dominated every streetball and pro-am league in the country. No. Big. Deal.
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Kris Humphries became Kris Kardashian/Kate Middleton with his lavish $17 million wedding to Kim Kardashian. He also became the envy of Reggie Bush.
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Gilbert Arenas and Dwight Howard
The Magic duo started planking before the lockout went into effect and continued with a binge-plank-off for a few days straight.
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Amar'e embraced his inner Tim Gunn by working with designer Rachel Roy and wearing hipster glasses ... everywhere.
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Ron Artest did Ron Artest things, like embarking on a comedy tour, playing in streetball leagues, changing his name, thinking about changing his jersey number, agreeing to play with a team in England and then joining the next cast of "Dancing With the Stars."
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The Warriors guard got hitched and posed for one of the greatest wedding pictures ever. Then he decided to return to Davidson to finish his degree.
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The Lakers forward got a gig as an assistant to Memphis coach Josh Pastner in a deal that will allow him to return to the NBA when the lockout is lifted.
16 of 21Darrell Walker/Icon SMI; Ted S. Warren/AP
Restricted free agent and Seattle native Hawes returned to his hometown and got the Space Needle (it looks more like a tiki hut if you ask us) shaved into the back of his head. Classy.
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John Wall and DeMar DeRozan
Wall and DeRozan were no strangers to pro-am leagues, from DC's Goodman to L.A.'s Drew and even North Carolina's N.C. Pro-Am. Wall also showed interest in returning to Kentucky to take classes.
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The free agent and newly crowned NBA champ went on a boat. In St. Tropez.
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Udoh honored his father by trying to finish up his degree at Baylor University.
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Dwyane Wade, Carmelo Anthony and Chris Paul
The Jordan Brand crew toured China, hosting camps and clinics for youth players and promoting MJ's shoes.
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Battier hit the green with green pants.
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