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Kenyon Martin’s Stalker Walks onto Court During Lakers-Nuggets; Doesn’t Know He’s a Clipper

| by Alex Groberman

If you’re an alleged stalker who isn’t even aware of where your intended target is located on a given night, you’re not very good at what you do. Just saying.

Savannah McMillan, 20, learned that lesson the hard way at Sunday night’s Los Angeles Lakers versus Denver Nuggets Game 4 showdown, when she randomly walked onto the court midway through reportedly screaming, “Where’s Kenyon?”

As noted by Marc J.  Spears of Yahoo! Sports:

Sources also tell also tell @YahooSports the woman was screaming: "Where is Kenyon?" to @denvernuggets bench before running on floor.

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As you would expect, she was swiftly removed from the premisis and eventually arrested for trespassing.

According to the Denver Post:

Kurt Schwartzkopf, chief marketing officer at the Pepsi Center said the woman did not appear intoxicated, but was disoriented. He said the woman was picked up and taken home by her mother.

Jackson said it was off-duty Denver officers at the game who cited McMillan-Christmas and escorted her out. TNT reported that the woman had been banned from Pepsi Center in the past for stalking a former Nugget player.

The worst part of it is that Martin doesn’t even play for the Nuggets anymore. He plays for the Clippers now; basically, the woman paid whatever she paid for those seats only to attend the wrong game in the wrong city.

This won't do much to dispel the stereotype that women are bad with directions.

(Kudos to CJ Fogler and Sports Grid for the photo)

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