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New Season. New Athletes.

by MariShapiro   July 21, 2010 at 3:25AM  |  Views: 1,183

Pros vs. Joes is coming back tonight and so are a whole new group of athletes. Check out which NBA and NFL stars of the past and present you can expect to see on the new season.

This season won't have a shortage of controversy when free agent receiver Terrell Owens reveals his never-before-seen humble side as he strolls onto the court in a blue jersey - that's right, as a Joe - to take on past NBA pros in their own sport. Then, keep your pants on, but T.O. goes 2-0 in proving he's a team player when he plays side-by-side with former Philadelphia Eagle teammate Donovan McNabb.

The other NFL stars strapping up to play this season are Antonio Gates, Warrick Dunn, Isaac Bruce, Derrick Brooks, Lavar Arrington, Jeff Garcia, and Michael Vick.

Then we get to see if past NBA pros - Hakeen Olajuwon, Chris Mullin, Kenny Smith, Brent Barry, Isaiah Rider, Rick Fox - still got it when they set out to put the Joes to shame.

Don't miss a very special Pros vs. Joes premiere tonight at 10P/9C when current NFL stars cross over to another sport to take on former NBA legends in basketball. Will youth overcome skill? Will McNabb pass the ball to T.O. enough? You'll have to tune in to see!

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